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CENTENARY COLLEGE 

Shreveport, Louisiana 



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OR. W. F. PLEDGER 
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SOCIOLOGY 



DIRECTOR: 
SUMMER SESSION 



EVENING DIVISION 




Dedication 


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Student Life 


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Personalities 


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Sports 


74 


Organizations 


102 


Greeks 


134 


Academics 


156 


Index 


203 


In Memoriam 


208 



Randy G. Tiller, 
Editor 

Greg Cofer, 
Associate 



COLLEGE LIFE AT CENTENARY, as well as 
any other campus, can be a total experi- 
ence. For some this experience is unique — 
novel; while for others it becomes repetitious 
from year to year. 





In order to realize this TOTAL EXPERIENCE the stu- 
dent must delve into all spheres of college life. The 
scholarship, sportsmanship, social groups, and stu- 
dent organizations are the spheres that must be ex- 
plored to achieve a sum total. For it is in the sum total 
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This experience in its UNIQUENESS leaves unique alterations on the 
students; that is the students that are ready to explore and to get in- 
volved. These are the students that find a meaning to college chaos. 
The uninformed, unquestioning, apathetic student is the one that 
finds a multitudinous array of meaninglessness; not only to college 
chaos but also to life. 




It will be a long time, perhaps a lifetime, before the years at Centenary 
ire forgotten. The memories won't be the same for everyone. Some will 
remember the proficiences. Some will remember the mistakes. For memo- 
ries are linked with the things that one does most often. One memory for 
all will be the people — their fellow students, their professors, and their 
administrators. Centenary College is its people. Everyone has a role to 
play. Not everyone plays his role as well as one expects. All of Cente- 
nary's personalities possess proficiences and deficiences; failures and suc- 
cesses. 1 970 WAS A YEAR OF ALL OF THESE. 



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However, the past year's EXPERIENCES WERE NOT ALL COM- 
PLAISANT AND TRANQUIL. There were mistakes and un- 
pleasantness at Centenary this year. The students suffered indeci- 
sion over campus life and the issues of a troubled society. Unlike 
prior years — in 1 970 their feelings were made known. Students 
at Centenary were thinking and discussing the issues. There were 
referendums and elections; petitions and moratoriums; meetings 
and decisions. 

It was a struggle but somehow the College came through it. 
Whatever the final outcome, Centenary profited. People united 
in various groups on various issues to take a stand for something 
they believed was right. The future will lay blame and decide 
right or wrong. 





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EXPLOSION 
'69 was one of 
the signs of a 
healthy, think- 
ing campus. 
With this as a 
theme students 
once dormant, 
came alive to 
work and to 
enjoy the many 
activities and 
all-campus 
weekends that 
prevailed. 
There was a 
certain feeling: 
alive, exciting, 
new. 



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Students come to Centenary from every area. They come with 
anxieties and anticipations. Each student has his reasons and 
each student is seeking his place. SOME STUDENTS FIND THEIR 
PLACE and stay; others leave suddenly. 





Today's students will leave also; taking with them the meaning 
and meaninglessness of their years at Centenary; leaving the 
issues and uncertainties to tomorrow's students. The fate of this 
college will rest with their decisions. They will change the de- 
cisions made today. They will make SIMILAR MISTAKES AND 
ENJOY SIMILAR SUCCESSES. 



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IN APPRECIATION TO: 




DR. BRYANT P. DAVIDSON DR. DARRELL OVERDYKE 

Dr. Davidson has served on the Centenary Dr. Overdyke graduated from Centenary 

faculty since 1928 after completing his in 1928 and returned as an instructor in 

graduate studies at Columbia University. history in 1934. Throughout these years he 

In 1969 Dr. Davidson received the Out- has become an authority on life in the Old 

standing teacher award in recognition of South and has authored numerous books 

his outstanding service. about southern life and politics. 

WHEN A MAN INVESTS THIS MANY YEARS AT ONE INSTITUTION, HE IS IN- 
VESTING NOT ONLY YEARS BUT A GREAT PART OF HIS LIFE. DR. DAVIDSON 
AND DR. OVERDYKE, WITH A DEDICATION CONSISTENT WITH THAT OF 
TRUE CHRISTIAN GENTLEMEN, HAVE CONTRIBUTED THESE YEARS OF THEIR 
LIVES TO CENTENARY COLLEGE. 

THEY ARE MEN OF RARE QUALITIES. ONE KNOWS THEM BY THEIR SMILE, 
A HAND LIFTED IN A FRIENDLY WAVE, WORDS SPOKEN WITH KINDNESS, 
EYES THAT SHOW A TRUE AND SINCERE CONCERN FOR EACH FELLOW 
MAN. 



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REGISTRATION 

Fall 1969 was no different from any other semester. Stu- 
dents back from the long summer vacation spent the first 
week with old friends, fraternity rush, and registration. 
Endless hours of standing in line, stacks of cards to fill out, 
and many more hours of standing in line characterized the 
two days of registration at Centenary. Very few, if any, 
found it easy to register. In fact, there were more com- 
plaints from pre-registered students about how time con- 
suming it was this year; in the Spring pre-registrafion was 
discontinued. 



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Moratoriums — 

Forums 

Centenary College, like the many hun- 
dreds of other colleges and universi- 
ties over the world, participated each 
month in the moratoriums. The first 
month there was a candle light serv- 
ice in the amphitheater with a local 
folk group providing the entertain- 
ment. Centenary was also fortunate 
on this night not only to have Cen- 
tenary students participating in the 
program, but also many junior and 
senior-high school students from the 
surrounding Shreveport area. 

As part of the Forums program this 
year, Centenary students listened to 
Robert Scheer, spokesman for the 
new politics movement. He spoke on 
several issues rather than an ideology. 




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Forties 



September — the beginning of an- 
other year of classes, studying, and 
parties. To start the year off was a 
swinging affair in the Sub. After 
that the parties were given by the 
fraternities. The Kappa Alpha's big 
shindig for the month was the Jungle 
Party, in which the house was trans- 
formed to look like deepest darkest 
Africa. 

October also saw its share of par- 
ties including a couple of oldie but 
goldy 1957 remembrance affairs 
and the Kappa Sigma's yearly sleep- 
in. 




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At right: Richard Watts, Locky Bryan, Mike 
Hall, Irion DeRouen, Gail Dalrymple, and 
Sherron Bienvenu present BEACH RED, a 
dramatic reading prepared for the fall chapel 
program by Associate Professor Ruth Alexander. 
Center left a typical pose from the readers in 
Charley Brown. Center right a scene from 
Prometeus Bound. Lower left: The Women of 
Tennessee Williams, and lower right: Histoire 
de soldat. 





As in past years, the Drama 
Department has been busy 
performing various plays for 
the Shreveport area besides 
goinq on tour with the Read- 
er's Theater. During the fall 
semester, the Theater group 
performed as part of the 
chapel program. 

Centenary students also 
took a turn in directing 
plays. Pictured are four of 
tne plays which were pre- 
sented last semester: Hey, 
There Charlie Brown, The 
Women of Tennessee Wil- 
liams, Prometheus Bound, 
and Histoire de Soldat. 





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Jane Eyre was presented in 
November with Gail Dalrymple 
in the title role. Written by 
Charlotte Bronte, it is a stormy, 
intense and introspective story 
which probes the psychology 
of passion and revolutionized 
the scope of romantic fiction. 

During October, the major ac- 
tivity at the Majorie Lyons Play- 
house was the production of 
Look Homeward, Angel written 
by Ketti Frings. It is set in the 
early twentieth century and cen- 
ters around the family of Eu- 
gene Gant. It is an impressive 
play depicting a mother ob- 
sessed by her material holdings, 
raising her own barriers against 
the love of her own family, and 
of a father imprisoned by his 
own failures. 



Upper left: the cast of JANE EYRE: Sherron 
Bienvenu, Gail Dalrymple, Gary Corn, Irion 
De Rouen, Locky Bryan, Mike Hall, Peggy 
Holland, Charles S+ahls, Carol Mittelsfaedt, 
Doug Frazier. Lower left: a scene from 
LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL. Lower right: 
Sally Taylor serves before-show coffee to 
Suda Adams, Don Houston and other play- 
goers. 




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November 

The traditional turkey day month, 
November, was another big party 
month. Every weekend saw people 
everywhere celebrating the quizzes 
that they bombed with a beer or 
two and sometimes even a date. The 
Cellar, P-K, and Cub were popular 
refuges, and there were always 
parties down at the fraternities. 
With all this, there was the Chi 
Omega hippy party (right), a dance 
in the Sub featuring the Gripping 
Force, and the Theta Chi Sweet- 
heart Party with Miss Catherine 
Guilbeau as the sweetheart for 
1970. 






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All-Campus Weekends have become stan- 
dard events around the Centenary campus. 
For the past few years, these weekends 
have had the appearance of endurance 
contests, as students competed in various 
games and relays. This year, however, a 
committee headed by Nancy Hudson and 
Jim Roth sponsored a production entitled 
"Dynamite Days,'" which exploded Wednes- 
day night with a concert by the Grassroots. 
The Grassroots' program lit the fuse for a 
full weekend of student activity. 





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THE CARNIVAL 

The dynamite sizzled Thursday night with a 
carnival resembling those of the by-gone 
junior high days. Booths were designed by 
various organizations on campus, enabling 
students to try their skill in balloon busting 
(dart or Chi Omega style), nail hammering, 
or kissing clowns. 

The finale to "Dynamite Days" was a "better 
late than never" dance featuring the Rogue 
Show (minus their drummer). 



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Contrary to Louisiana law, gambling be- 
came the order of the day with a one-night 
run of Casino Royale. Upon arriving at the 
Sub, an aspiring gambler was met by Dia- 
mond (Barbara Graves) Lil, who with a smile 
handed over fifty dollars in chips. With 
chips in hand, one was entitled to try his 
luck at blackjack, roulette, and other games 
of chance. Those who proved to be skilled 
gamblers cashed their chips in for various 
prizes. 





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Projects 



The Centenary student finds more time 
than anyone to play pool, to party, to 
drink, to cram for tests and to bomb tests. 
But above all this student also has the ini- 
tiative to make money and to participate 
in worthwhile projects. At the beginning 
of each year, the presidents of each organi- 
zation and the faculty meet to discuss the 
various issues which concern the Centenary 
campus each year. The Presidents' confer- 
ence this year was held at the Lakeview 
Methodist Camp in Palestine, Texas. Topics 
of main discussion were Forums, pass-fail 
extension, teacher exchange, hiring prac- 
tices, maintenance problem, and athletic 
recruiting. A major achievement of the con- 
ference was the establishing of an "Om- 
budsman Committee" which would " act as 
a go-between in investigating complaints in 
relation to members of the administration, 
faculty, students or any body on campus." 

Other traditions were continued this year 
also, such as the Zeta Slave Sale, Alpha Phi 
Omega Beauty and Beast contest. The slave 
sale is a money making project of the Zeta 
Tau Alpha sorority in which the pledges 
and pledge trainer are sold to the highest 
bidder. The Saturday following the sale 
these slaves do the various tasks which their 
new owners ask of them. Some get shoe- 
shine duty while others are prompted into 
giving their new owners massages or the 
like. ' 

In the "Beauty and the Beast Contest" each 
organization is asked to sponsor a Beauty 
and a Beast which are voted on by the stu- 
dent body. Ballots are in the form of money 
with which the winning couple are treated 
to dinner and a movie. Any .remaining 
money is donated to the library for the 
purchase of new books. 

Included this year in campus wide projects 
was the Theta Chi Halloween Party. Mem- 
bers of this fraternity took a group of men- 
tally retarded children trick or treating as 
a community project. 




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An annual ambassador, the Cen- 
tenary College Choir spent an- 
other year representing the col- 
lege to the public. The last two 
weeks of August were spent at 
their summer camp in Hodges 
Gardens, while the new and old 
members spent the days in re- 
hearsal and relaxation. 




Upper right: Doug Koele- 
may, Carol Mittelstaedt, 
Chuck Simmons, Kathy 
Carson. Lower left: Kathy 
Carson, Albert Probst, 
Mary Frances Backstrom, 
Rob Hallquist, Keith 
Guier, Rebecca Wroten. 
Lower right: David Rob- 
erts. 



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For the past sixteen years, the choir has been involved 
in taping a television program viewed monthly on 
Channel Three. In addition to this, they have made 
many extensive tours throughout Louisiana performing 
in such cities as New Orleans, Baton Rouge, DeRidder, 
Zachary, and New Iberia. During the semester holidays 
they perform at the Christmas Lighting Service and 
the Easter Sunrise Service held at Hodges Gardens. 




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Upper left: Carol Mittelstaedt, Dr. A. C. Voran, Bill Gerardy. Upper right: Linn Caraway, Andy Carter. Above: Camille Greve, Charles Watts, Kathy 
Parrish. Ellen Gammill. 



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Sub- 



Entertainment 

Entertainment has been on the up and up this 
year. The several senate committees worked 
hard to provide a wide variety of entertain- 
ment. The Sub committee sponsored a once a 
month folk group connected with the college 
coffee house circuit. Groups performing during 
the fall semester were the Leaves of Gold, 
Brian Carney, and Raun McKinnon. Even the 
drudgery of chapel attendance was made more 
tolerable with the appearance of Dust and 
Ashes, a couple of folk singing ministers, and 
the Centenary College Choir. 




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Christmas this year was not only a time 
for decorating doors and rooms, and open 
houses. Due to the structure of the new 
semester system, it also became a time for 
studying for finals and completing term 
papers. And as with all finals, no matter 
what the season, a break in studying is 
usually a card game. 



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The Christmas spirit came early to the campus 
this year due to short semesters. All the sorori- 
ties held their annual parties early in the month. 
The houses were decorated in the traditional 
manner, carols were sung, and presents were 
exchanged between big and little sisters. 

The dorms also held open houses with faculty, 
boyfriends, and community members invited 
to tour the various girls and boys dorms. 



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The Classical League was formed last 
year under the sponsorship of Mrs. 
Curlin. Membership in this club is 
open to anyone who has or is now 
taking Latin. They have various meet- 
ings during the year and have great 
hopes of joining a national fraternity 
soon. Last Christmas, a party was 
held at the home of Mrs. Curlin. 
Those that attended viewed slides of 
Mrs. Curlin's trip to Europe and were 
served refreshments. 



Upper left: Mrs. Mary Curlin (advisor). Upper 
right: Warren Lowe and Dale Cox. Center: Henry 
McCarthy and Carol Murphy. Right: Other class- 
ical club members. 




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Upper left: Barbara Graves, Tom- 
my Daigle, Barrett Haik. Upper 
right: Judy Kelly. Left: Chi Omega 
House. Lower left: Dan Vega, Mike 
Tebbe. 




The Student and everyday little 
happenings are what make a 
school tick. In the student can be 
seen every emotion known to 
man of all ages plus others that 
are only for the young and the 
involved. Each year, the staff 
tries to show the student in gen- 
eral but this year we have tried 
to show specifics which make up 
our campus. The 1969-70 year 
was marked by such happenings 
as new buildings, black eyes, an- 
other lost basketball season, and 
the thrill of winning. 



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JIMMIE SMITH 



Several years ago the Yoncopin staff held 
a meeting because they felt that there 
were individuals on campus that do but 
never; or hardly ever, get credit. Thus 
PACESETTERS were established. Each year 
as these people are presented, the staff 
faces the problems of how to explain why 
these people were the ones to be chosen. 
On the next three pages are this year's 
staff's opinion of what a pacesetter is. 
These are the people behind the scenes. 
They are always seen around campus and 
at the various campus functions. They are 
the ones to give their time and energy 
to make a certain group or event that 
much better, and they are the ones thought 
of when there is some trivial task to be 
done. Some do get credit for the things 
they do but never as much as they should. 
Therefore, here is our thanks to you for 
making Centenary College what it is. 



LARRY LITTLE 




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JAN COMBS 






CAROL MIDDLESTAEDT 




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PATTY VERLANDER 



ALYSGILCREASE 



GARY CORN 



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M iss Centenary 
1969-70 

Paula Sanders is a freshman from 
Plain Dealing, Louisiana, majoring in 
religious education. She has been ac- 
tive in the Centenary College Choir 
and took part in the October Mora- 
torium program. Paula won the talent 
competition with her presentation of 
a vocal arrangement of "Oh, 
Wouldn't It Be Loverly," from "My 
Fair Lady." As the new Miss Cen- 
tenary, she will represent the college 
in the Miss Louisiana competition this 
summer. 




Jan Wheatley 




Rebecca Smiser 




Mary Beth Tucker 




THE MISS 

CENTENARY 

PAGEANT 



Held during the "Dynamite Days" of All- 
Campus Weekend was true to the "theme 
of "Explosion '69." The stage was dec- 
orated with cases of dynamite thrown pre- 
cariously around a huge barrel of gun- 
powder, and it is a wonder that the ten- 
sion and excitement that built up during 
the night wasn't enough to set off the fire- 
works. 



Right: Some of the contestants preparing to go on stage. 
Opposite: The contestants getting their final instructions. 
Below left: The judges taking a break during intermission. 
Below right: The evening gown competition. Below far 
right: Mike Hall gives the visiting queens their cue. 





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The pageant was conducted as a preliminary to the Miss 
America pageant with the contestants judged on swimsuit, 
evening gown, and talent competition. The competition 
was particularly keen in talent, with each of the twelve 
contestants "putting her best foot forward." The suspense 
heightened as the awards were announced and the five 
finalists were chosen. For the final judging, these five 
coeds were scored on their ability to answer two questions 
written especially for them. As always the pageant ended 
with the newly-crowned Miss Centenary taking the tradi- 
tional Miss America walk around the rampway. 



Above left: The new Miss Centenary receives congratulations following the 
pageant. Above right: Beverly Hollis applies the final touches to her costume. 
Right: Jan Wheatley performs for the Judges. 




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Above: Miss Beverly Hollis re- 
ceives her award for being 
chosen Miss Congeniality by 
the other contestants. Right: 
Gail Dalrymple crowns her 
successor, Paula Sanders, Miss 
Centenary for 1969-70. 



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Theresa Morgan 

THERESA MORGAN, a junior business major from 
El Dorado, Arkansas, was Vice-President of the 
dorm council and a member of WRA. She served as 
sophomore and junior senator on the Student Sen- 
ate. This past year Theresa was pledge trainer in 
Chi Omega sorority. 

RICHARD WATTS, A senior history major from 
Franklin, was a member of ODK, SSO, editor of the 
Conglomerate, and justice on the Honor Court. He 
has also participated in Reader's Theater and was 
a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. 

POLLY POOLMAN, a senior education major from 
Little Rock, Arkansas, was President of WSGA and 
was a Pacesetter for 1969. Polly has also been a 
member of the Women's Judicial Board and has 
held several offices in Chi Omega. 













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Who's Who 
in American 
Colleges and 
Universities 



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During the tall, a list ot juniors 
and seniors nominated for Who's 
Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities, 
was presented to the faculty for 
selection. The faculty in choosing 
these eighteen people consid- 
ered campus leadership, scholar- 
ship, participation in campus af- 
fairs, and qualities denoting fu- 
ture potential. After the decision 
was made, the names were later 
approved by a national commit- 
tee for the honorary directory of 
the nation's student leaders. 

MARTHA WEST, a junior soci- 
ology major from Little Rock, 
Arkansas, served as Coed Vice- 
President of the Senate, SGA 
Secretary, and was a member 
of SSO and Alpha Sigma Pi. She 
has been a varsity cheerleader 
and was sophomore and junior 
favorite. Martha has held many 
offices in her sorority, Chi Ome- 
ga. 

LISE WHITE, a senior English 
major from Lake Charles, was a 
member of Alpha Chi Alpha 
Sigma Pi, Maroon Jackets, and 
the Honor Court. She has served 
as treasurer and Vice-President 
of Chi Omega sorority. Lise was 
also a member of Who's Who 
last year. 

ALYS GILCREASE, a senior reli- 
gion major from Shreveport, was 
a member of the Honor Court, 
Maroon Jackets, and Cencoe. 
Her sorority is Zeta Tau Alpha. 



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Angie Hoffpauir 




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Who's Who in 

American Colleges 

and Universities 



ANGIE HOFFPAIUR, a senior elementary education 
major from Franklin, was a member of the Centenary 
College Choir, MSM, Kappa Chi, and was on the Sen- 
ate Public Relations Committee. In her sorority, Alpha 
Xi Delta, she served as social chairman and songleader. 

GENE HULLINGHORST, a senior-language major from 
New Orleans, was a member of Cencoe, the newspaper 
staff, and Maroon Jackets. She served as treasurer of 
WSGA her senior year and held many offices as a 
member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. 

CHUCK SIMMONS, a junior religion major from Frank- 
lin, was a member of the Centenary College Choir, 
the Band, and the Men's Judicial Board. 




Gene Hullinghorst 




Chuck Simmons 



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JUDY MORCOM, a senior math major from Baton Rouge, 
has served on many Senate committees, and on James 
Dorm Council. Judy has been a cheerleader and a member 
of the Homecoming Court. For her sorority, Zeta Tau 
Alpha, she has been President and Vice-President. 

CHARLES WILLIAMS, a senior government major from 
Monroe, has served on several Senate committees. He 
participated in the Washington semester program. During 
his senior year, Charles served as chief justice of the Honor 
Court. 




Judy Morcom Charles Williams 




MIKE HALL, a junior 
government and 
speech major from 
Oklahoma City, has 
been cheerleader and 
has served as Student 
Senate Treasurer. As 
a member of the 
Jongleurs he has par- 
ticipated in many of 
the playhouse pro- 
ductions. Mike is a 
member of Kappa 
Sigma Fraternity. 



Michael Hall 



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Nancy Boone Don Wills 



Fred Miller 



Who's Who in 

American Colleges 

and Universities 

NANCY BOONE, a senior math major from Dallas, Texas, 
was a member of Maroon Jackets, Alpha Chi, and served 
as secretary of Zeta Tau Alpha. Nancy was in Who's Who 
last year and has worked on many Senate committees. 

DON WILLS, a senior math major from New Rochelle, 
New York, held the office of Student Senate President 
this past year. A varsity basketball player, he was a justice 
on the Honor Court and a member of ODK. Don was also 
a member of the Sophomore Service Organization and in 
Who's Who last year. 

FRED MILLER, a junior religion major from Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma, was a member of Alpha Sigma Pi, Kappa Sigma 
Fraternity. This past year he served as Vice-President of 
the Student Senate. 




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Joan Froser 



JOAN FRASER, a senior English 
major from Dallas, Texas, was a mem- 
ber of the Maroon Jackets and James 
Dorm Council. She served as Vice- 
President of WSGA and is a mem- 
ber of Zeta Tau Alpha. 

ROBERT MORRIS, a senior science 
major from Lake Charles, was a 
member of Alpha Sigma Pi and the 
Honor Court. During his freshman 
year, he received the CRC Chemis- 
try award. Robert served as chaplain 
for his fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon. 



Robert Morris 



Paula Boyd 




PAULA BOYD, a senior science major from North 
Little Rock, Arkansas, has been a member of Alpha 
Sigma Chi, Sophomore Service Organization, and the 
Student Senate. Paula has served on many Senate 
committees, was a Pacesetter in 1969, and participa- 
ted in the Miss Centenary Pageant. A member of 
Maroon Jackets, she held the office of Rush Chair- 
man and Secretary for her sorority, Chi Omega. 




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Two of the most outstanding stu- 
dents were elected CENTENARY 
GENT AND CENTENARY LADY by 
the Student Body. Richard Watts 
and Martha West have proved them- 
selves worthy of this honor by their 
participation in campus activities. 

Richard, a senior History major from 
Franklinton, is a member of Tau Kap- 
pa Epsilon Fraternity. During the past, 
four years he has served in the fol- 
lowing capacities: editor of the Con- 
glomerate ,head resident of Cline 
Dormatory, and justice on the Honor 
Court. He has also been tapped a 
member of ODK and was a mem- 
ber of the Sophomore Service Or- 
ganization. 




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Right, Martha West shows how rough it was to live back in 
the pioneering days. Martha, a sociology major from Little 
Rock, Arkansas has, like Richard, been especially active on 
the Centenary campus. Martha has been a Varsity Cheer- 
leader, Vice President of the Student Senate, and Personal 
Officer for Chi Omega sorority. She has also served on the 
Homecoming Court, been a Favorite for the past three years, 
and a member of Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 



Special thanks go to the Shreveport Fire Department and The Barn Theater for 
their cooperation in making these pictures possible. 



69 





Sue Couvillion and John Scheel 
were chosen by their fellow class- 
mates to represent the SENIOR 
CLASS. Sue, an Elementary Edu- 
cation major from Bunkie, has 
been especially active in the Sen- 
ate. She has served as Junior and 
Senior representative besides be- 
ing a delegate to S.U.S.G.A. Sue 
was a member of Cencoe and 
has held several offices for Zeta 
Tau Alpha. 

John, a History major from 
Shreveport, has also served on 
Senate committees. As a member 
of Kappa Sigma, he hold the of- 
fice of Rush Chairman. John has 
also served as member of the 
Men's Judicial Board. 




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Sylvia Snyder and Fred Miller 
were elected to represent the 
JUNIOR CLASS. Sylvia is a 
Elementary Education major 
from Zachary. She has been 
serving as the Rose of Kappa 
Alpha fraternity for the past 
two years. She has been serv- 
ing this past year as the Jun- 
ior Representative to Hardin 
Dorm and will be the Pledqe 
Trainer for Zeta Tau Alpha 
next year. 

Fred, a Religion major from 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is 
a member of Kappa Sigma 
fraternity. He was tapped 
into ODK this year and served 
as Vice-President of the Sen- 
ate. Fred is also President of 
Alpha Sigma Pi and was se- 
ected as a member of Who's 
Who for 1969-70. 






The SOPHOMORE CLASS chose as 
their personalities Jeanne Magruder and 
Chris Carey. During her freshman year, 
Jeanne was a member of the PomPon 
Girls. She has been a resident advisor 
for the past two years for James Dormi- 
tory. Jeanne is a Elementary Education 
major from Little Rock, Arkansas and 
will serve as the Pledge Trainer for Chi 
Omega sorority next year. 

Chris Carey, a Physics major from Okla- 
homa City, Oklahoma is a member of 
Kappa Sigma fraternity. Chris has served 
on the Cline Dormitory Council and as 
a R. A. for Cline. For the past two 
years, Chris has won the cross-country 
race in intramural competition. 




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Beverly Hollis and Bob 
Cooke show their winning 
personalities as they are 
chosen to represent the 
FRESHMAN CLASS. Bev- 
erly, a Speech major from 
Bernice is a member ot 
Alpha Xi Delta sorority. 
She participated in the 
Miss Centenary Pageant. 
In this, she won the Even- 
ing Gown competition 
and was chosen Miss Con- 
geniality. 

Bob, a Pre-med major 
from Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma is a member of 
Kappa Sigma fraternity. 



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Men's Intromurals 




KA Beats KI by 9-7 Score 

This year's intramural football season was another hard 
fought one with the season narrowing down to the all 
important playoffs. After MSM defeated Theta Chi for 
third place, the KA's and KS's played their traditional 
rugged game for the championship. Artie Geary drew 
first blood for KA taking a screen pass some 60 yards 
for the first score. A Damiel-Blankenship touchdown pass 
quickly put the Sigs back in the game. Team defenses 
prevailed the entire game. Kappa Alpha's big break 
came when the defense forced a Siq fumble in the end 
zone for a safety. This insured a KA 9-7 victory with only 
seconds remaining. 




Above: Standing: Brown Word, David Carlton, Robb Jacleson, Walter Manning, 
Ira Moss, John Blankenship, Doug Fraiser, Ken Daniels. Kneeling: Ken Bafundo, 
Steve Heard, Lany Ward, Don Cooke, William Smith, Lance Dreyer. 



This year's intramural program has been one of 
the most successful in years with student body 
and faculty participation excellent and the 
competition keen. The program at Centenary 
is governed exclusively by the Intramural Coun- 
cil, which is made up of representatives from 
each of the competing teams and a faculty ad- 
visor. This Council completely runs intramurals 
and acts on any problems dealing with the 
programs. 

Besides football, cross country, and volleyball, 
intramural bowling was won by Theta Chi in 
extremely close competition. Basketball and 
Softball season should produce some exciting 
competition. There should be four or five major 
contenders in each sport. It is likely that the 
Sweepstakes champion will not be decided until 
the conclusion of spring athletics. 




Above left standing: Roger Miller, Brian Brigulio, Warren Lowe, 
Roger Boynton, Gary Grant, Glen Ketchum. Kneeling: Jerry 
Humphries, . James Roth, Don Oliver, Rusty Felton, Artie Geary, 
Bud Bowen. Above: MSM quarterback Mark McMurry was a standout 
all season and lead his team in playoff action for third place 
against Theta Chi. Below: Playoff action was highkeyed throughout 
the KSKA game. Here KA Artie Geary intercepts a Sig pass 
providing his offence with a big break. 



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Carey Wins Cross Country Again 

In what appeared close to an "instant reply" of the previous 
year's cross country race, sophomore Chris Carey dominated the 
revised course and finished in easy possession of first place. Dr. 
Wayne Hanson also duplicated his previous year's performance 
as runner-up. Kappa Sigma was team winner with Kappa Alpha 
finishing second. This year's course was run in a different direc- 
tion, which resulted in the race being a much longer and more 
difficult one. 




Below: David Carlton hauls in a Ken Daniel's pass as the Kappa Sig's advanced on the 
Kappa Alpha defense in 'the intramural football finals. After both offenses scored once, 
the KA defense caused a Sig safety in the final minutes to emerge a 9-7 winner. 



Running for Kappa Sigma, Chris Carey was an 
easy winner for the second consecutive year in 
the intramural cross country race. 



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Dr. Wayne Hanson of the Chemistry Department was again a major 
contender as he took second place for the second straight year. 



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KI 



Wins 
Volleyball 



This year league competition was not used. 
Due to the shortening of the semester, 
volleyball was held as a double-elimination 
tournament. Kappa Sigma showed its power 
by winning first place. The perennially 
tough faculty team placed second; while 
Kappa Alpha received third. 





Above: Second place faculty team, from left, first row: 

Mr. Hollaway, Mr. Williams, Coach Little, Dr. Morqan, Mr. 
Tucker. Second row: Lowery, Jones, Greene, Mr. Curtis, Mr. 
Smith, Dr. Hickey. Left: first place Kappa Siqma team, from 
left, first row: Larry Ward, Fred Smith, David Frazier. Second 
row: Dudley Lang, Rick Cole, Sonny Moss, John Blankenship. 




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Intramural 
Basketball 



The 1970 edition of 
intramural basketball 
is an exciting one with 
the level of competi- 
tion far exceeding 
that of former years. 
At midseason there 
are at least five teams 
making a serious bid 
for the championship. 
The National League 
contains three cham- 
pionship-minded clubs 
in BSU, Kappa Alpha, 
and MSM. Early sea- 
son favorite would 
have to be the tall 
BSU club. In the 
American League 
Kappa Sigma looks 
like the team to beat 
with a strong faculty 
team right behind. 







STANDINGS 










KAPPA 


KAPPA 


THETA 










SIGMA 


ALPHA 


CHI 


TKE 


MSM 


BSU 


Football 


138 


148 


85 


55 


95 


75 


Cross Country 


35 


45 


15 


25 








Bowling 


65 


48 


88 


76 


54 





Volleyball 


95 


125 


70 


35 


45 





Ping Pong 














Singles 


19 


24 


48 


15 


15 


15 


Doubles 


16 


18 


50 











Basketball 














Softball 














Paddleball 














Singles 














Doubles 














Tennis 














Singles 














Doubles 















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Women 's 
Intramurols 






NO 5MUKIN& 


1 V% 1 



The Women's Recreational Association is an athletic 
organization open to all women students at Centenary 
The purpose of the organization is to promote gooc 
sportsmanship as well as physical fitness. 

In this year's action the Independents won the vol 
leyball title by defeating Chi Omega. Betsy Roe wor 
first place in the tennis singles by defeating Marilyr 
Padgett, both Independents. In bowling ZTA took firs- 
place, and Sherry Lewis, a Chi Omega, won individua 
honors. Lelia Vaughn won pcrddleball for ZTA. Firs' 
place in basketball went to the Independents, who hac 
to beat ZTA twice in the double-elimination tourna 
ment. 




Above left: Second place Chi Omega team. From top clockwise Sydna 
Fertitta, Sherry Lewis, Mary Christianson, Terri Riordan, Mary Susan 
McCammon, Sara Paullus. 

Left: First place Independent team. Standing: Beverly Mackes, Debbie 
Rodriguez, Susan Hooley, Lynn Hobbs, Susan Mask. Kneeling: Judy Maxwell, 
Marilyn Padgett, Theresa McConnell. 

Above: Marilyn Padgett was instrumental in the independent victory. Here 
Marilyn makes a good play on a Chi Omega spike in the championship 
game. Bev Mackes makes the back-up play. 



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Above left: Second Place ZTA team. 1st row: 

Lelia Vaugh, Judy Morcom, Marilyn Scott, 

Jan Wheatley. 2nd row: Bell Mayfield, Jane 

Bostick, Linda Garrett. 

Above right: First Place Independent team. 

1st row: Theresa McConnell, Judy Maxwell, 

Lee Denoncourt. 2nd row: Pam Sargent, 

Twinkle Edmonston, Lanetta Hares, Connie 

Johnson. 

Left: Tip-off action in championship game 

of ZTA verses Independent. 

Below left: Pam Sargent makes two points 

as Independents push pass Chi Omega. 





STANDINGS 








ACD 


ZTA 


Xfi 


INDEP 


Volleyball 


-2 


3 


5 


8 


Bowling 


3 


13 


9 




Tennis 






1 


8 


Paddleball 




5 


4 




Basketball 


-2 








Bridge 










Badminton 










Ping Pong 










Softball 










Archery 











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Cheerleaders 



Left: from left: Barry Fulton, Pam Byrd, Judee Vlanchos, Steve 
Lazarus, Sydna Fertitta, Bob Eagle, Mike Hall. Below: from left: 
Debbie Bailey* David Carlton, Debbie Brigance. 




Pom-Pon Girls 




Above from left: Becky Bost, Diane Masse, Sally Word, Mary Beth Tucker, Kathy Stephenson, Anne Hayes, Jan Wheatley, Pat 
Herndon, Janet Turner, Suzie Blanton. 



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Varsity Basketball 1969-1 970 



^MH 







CEMTENARY COLLEGE 



versus 



East Texas Baptist College 


83- 


71 


Dec. 


2 


University of Houston 


64- 


70 


Dec. 


6 


University of Tennessee 


62- 


66 


Dec. 


9 


Louisiana Tech 


60- 


66 


Dec. 


1 1 


Baylor University 


78- 


74 


Dec. 


22 


Texas Christian University 


69- 


58 


Dec. 


23 


Baylor University 


69- 


86 


Dec. 


30 


U. of Nevada at Las Vegas 


71 


-84 


Jan. 


5 


Lamar Tech. 


62- 


65 


Jan. 


8 


Northwestern State 


75- 


78 


Jan. 


10 


U. of Southern Mississippi 


76- 


72 


Jan. 


13 


University of Miami 


78- 


94 


Jan. 


15 


Hardin-Simmons University 


76- 


86 


Jan. 


22 


Loyola University of Chicago 


66- 


85 


Jan. 


24 


University of Hawaii 


89- 


74 


Jan. 


26 


Louisiana Tech 


76- 


84 


Jan. 


29 


Oklahoma City University 


67- 


72 


Jan. 


31 


Loyola University of N. C. 


80- 


76 


Feb. 


6 


Lamar Tech 


77- 


75 


Feb. 


9 


University of Miami 


107- 


86 


Feb. 


12 


Hardin-Simmons University 


61- 


88 


Feb. 


16 


Oklahoma City University 


82- 


100 


Feb. 


18 


University of Houston 






Feb. 


21 


Loyola University of N. O. 






Feb. 


23 




Standing: Coach Swank, Rick Courtney, Jesse Marshall, Tamek Stremel, Joe Brock, Al Dean, Fred Zitar, Jim Riley. Kneeling: Jeff Victor, Marshall 
Crawford, Don Louis, Lee Mansell, Claudell Lofton. 



83 




Above: Elton Odom (40) jumps high for two points. Tameck Stremel (44) attempts 
to block shot. Claudell Loftin (12) and Rick Courtney watch. 




Varsity 66 
Freshmen 63 




Left: John Murphy (52) finds the going rough. Joe 
Brock (50) guards. Stremel (44), Courtney (33), and 
Mike McGovern (12) observe. Above: Jesse Marshall (55) 
shows the Freshmen how to make two points. Freshmen 
Melvin Russel (4), Elton Odom, John Skrundz, and Larry 
Davis (14) take a lesson. 



84 




Left: Co-captain Jesse Marshall battles for 
rebound In the 83-71 Gent victory over 
E.T.B.C. 





Left: The consistent play of junior guard 
Marshall Crawford has been a tremendous 
addition to the Centenary basketball team. 

Above: Al Dean connects on one of his 
patented long range jump shots as Centenary 
pulls off an upset victory over Baylor by 
78-74 in overtime. 



85 





Centenary turned back 
lighly regarded Southern 
Vlississippi on the home 
court 76 to 72 in another 
overtime thriller. Coach 
Swank used the entire 
squad to wear down the 
visitors. Rick Courtney, 
Jesse Marshall, and Fred 
Zitar display some of the 
extra zest Centenary 
seems to reserve for 
Hirsch Youth Center. This 
win ran the Gents home 
court record to 3-1 . 



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Marshall Crawford above and Tamek Stremel right move Centenary's 
offense in yet another home court route — 89 to 74 over Hawaii. 





Left: Jesse Marshall illustrates his dominating hook shot, but Hardin- 
Simmons outlasts the Gentlemen 86 to 76. 

Below: Throughout the season consistency was to become a trade- 
mark of Gent Fred Zitar, shown outbattling a Hardin-Simmons Cowboy 
for possession. 









Left: Fred Zitar scores 25 points with 10 for II from the 
field and with 5 for 5 from the foul line to load Centenary 
pass Miami 107 to " 




Outstanding individual talents Fred Zitar, Jesse Marshall, 
and Lee Mansell fused together to give Centenary College 
capable and proud representatives on the basketball court 
throughout the season. 



89 



The Leadership and the tremendous ability of team co-captains 
Lee Mansell and Jesse Marshall was an inspiration to the entire 
Centenary squad. 





CENTENARY COLLEGE 











Fina 


Basketball Statistics 
























1969-70 Record 


: Won 


8, Lost 


16 














PLAYER 


G 


FGA 


FGM 


PCT. 


FTA 


FTM 


PCT. 


REB. 


AVB. 


ASST. 


AVG. 


PF 


PTS. 


AVG 


MARSHALL, Jesse 


24 


291 


144 


.494 


160 


95 


.594 


231 


9.6 


22 


- 


74 


383 


15.9 


CRAWFORD, Marshall 


24 


298 


143 


.479 


99 


64 


.646 


102 


4.3 


38 


1.6 


51 


350 


14.6 


ZITAR, Fred 


24 


257 


142 


.552 


89 


62 


.697 


258 


10.8 


26 


I.I 


84 


346 


14.4 


MANSELL, LEE 


22 


152 


60 


.394 


176 


129 


.733 


43 


1.9 


147 


6.1 


59 


249 


11.3 


DEAN, Allen 


24 


185 


82 


.445 


51 


36 


.706 


110 


4.6 


25 


I.I 


33 


200 


8.3 


LOFTON, Claudell 


22 


109 


47 


.431 


30 


23 


.767 


12 


. 


45 


2.1 


26 


117 


5.3 


STREMEL, Tamek 


20 


47 


22 


.468 


15 


12 


.800 


40 


2.0 


24 


1.2 


27 


56 


2.8 


COURTNEY, Rick 


12 


20 


8 


.400 


18 


8 


.444 


24 


2.0 


4 


- 


12 


24 


2.0 


VICTOR, Jeff ' 


12 


21 


5 


.238 


14 


10 


.714 


5 


. 


5 


. 


10 


20 


1.8 


LOUIS, Don 


12 


16 


6 


.375 


21 


7 


.333 


II 


. 


6 


_ 


14 


19 


1.7 


BROCK, Joe 


5 


3 


1 


.333 


4 


2 


.500 


3 


- 


1 




3 


4 


.67 


TEAM 


24 














159 














CENTENARY 


24 


1399 


660 


.478 


677 


488 


.661 


998 


41.6 


343 


14.2 


393 


1768 


73.7 


OPPONENTS 


24 


1636 


767 


.468 


542 


368 


.678 


1013 


42.2 


258 


10.7 


465 


1902 


79.2 



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Freshman Basketball - 1969-1970 








CENTENARY COLLEGE 










W-15, L-10 










VERSUS 






December 


1 


Kilgpre Jr. College 


75- 


95 


December 


2 


East Texas Baptist College 


92- 


70 


December 


3 


Tyler Jr. College 


58- 


104 


December 


6 


University of Houston 


63- 


76 


December 


8 


Panola Jr. College 


79- 


77 


December 


9 


Kilgore Jr. College 


74- 


77 


December 


1 1 


Louisiana Tech 


77- 


51 


December 


20 


Panola Jr. College 


79- 


70 


December 


22 


Jacksonville Baptist College 


82- 


70 


December 


23 


Hutton-Donaldson 


90- 


95 


January 


10 


Northwestern State College 


75- 


89 


January 


13 


Kimball 


110- 


76 


January 


15 


Henderson County Jr. College 


71- 


105 


January 


22 


Tyler Jr. College 


83- 


84 


January 


26 


Henderson County Jr. College 


71- 


82 


January 


29 


Louisiana Tech 


91- 


82 


January 


31 


Hutton-Donaldson 


94- 


92 


February 


2 


Jacksonville Baptist College 


86- 


88 


February 


5 


Northeast Louisiana 


89- 


80 


February 


9 


Lamar Tech 


78- 


71 


February 


12 


Panola Jr. College 


95- 


64 


February 


16 


East Texas Baptist College 


88- 


81 


February 


19 


LeTourneau College 


101- 


73 


February 


21 


University of Houston 


105- 


99 


February 


23 


Kimball 


120-100 




Standing: Don Scott, Elton Odom, John Murphy, John bkrundz, John Hickerson, Coach Larry Little. Kneeling: Larry Davis, George Rebh, Bennie 
DePrang, Melvin Russell, Wynn Fontenot, Mike McGovern. 



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CENTENARY COLLEGE BASEBALL 




1969 




W-21, L-9 




TEAM GAME 1 GAME 


2 


Centenary 5 





McNeese State 3 


3 


Centenary 


6 


McNeese State 3 





Centenary 2 


2 


East Texas Baptist 1 


1 


Centenary 5 


5 


Ouachita Baptist 


8 


Centenary 4 





U. of Southwestern La. 1 


4 


Centenary 2 


4 


Louisiana Tech 6 


3 


Centenary 





Illinois State 3 


1 


Centenary 1 


6 


LeTourneau College 


1 


Centenary 3 


3 


Northwestern State 1 





Centenary 3 


1 


Northeast 4 


2 


Centenary 1 1 


14 


LeTourneau College 1 





Centenary b 


4 


Southern State 5 


2 


Centenary 3 


2 


Northwestern State 





Centenary 5 


4 


Ouachita Baptist 1 





Centenary 4 


9 


East Texas Baptist College 3 


1 



Varsity Baseball 1969 





Standing: Coach Little, John Blankenship, Charlie Grigsby, Jimmy Smith, Lee ManselJ, Rick Skarsten, Eddie Schiro, Chuck Van Steen, Larry Ward, James 
Riley. Kneeling: Ron Wells, Sonny Moss, Ronnie Ward, Bruce Bell, Bill Smith, Mike Barkett. 



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1969 

Baseball 

Action 





96 




Varsity Baseball - 1 970 




Left: Returning lettermen. First row: Coach Little, 
Lee Mansel, Rick Skarsten, Ron Wells. Second 
row: Jimmy Smith, Sonny Moss, Dave Duschean, 
Mike Barkett. 

Below: Varsity Team. Standing: James Riley, Lino 
Coleman, Robb Jackson, Sonny Moss, Robert Body, 
Rick Skarsten, Dave Duschean, Jimmy Smith, Ron 
Wells, Steve Guier, Coach Little. Kneeling: Steve 
Levering, Emmit Treadway, Phil Williams, Glenn 
Ketchum, Mike Barkett, Dale Westmoreland, Frank 
McCay, Lee Mansell. 




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Varsity 





Above: First row: Charles Price, John Pou, Bud Bowen, Don Cooke. 
Second row: Rick Coe, Tommy Daiqle, Guy Bent. Morton Braswell, Bob 



Above: Coach Braswell "shoots the breeze" with his two 
returning star lettermen Bob Monsted and Guy Bent. Bob 
played in the number one spot last season and helped 
the team to an undefeated Spring record. A senior from 
Bossier, Guy has played a strong backup role in Centenary 
victories. 




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/lons+ed, Mike Martin. 





Above: Don Cooke, Rick Coe, and John Pou. Left: Charles 
Price, Mike Martin, Tommy Daigle, and Bub Bowen. All 
the above are underclassmen and are expected to provide 
victories for C.C. in the future. Destined for glory are 
Don Cooke and "sweet swinging" Daigle. 



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Members of the Executive Council are Fred Miller, 
Vice President; Martha West, Coed Vice President; 
Don Wills, President; Judy Kelly, Secretary; Mike 
Hall, Treasurer. 








Senators and faculty advisors 
are, from left to right: Dean 
August Aamodt, Robert Wil- 
son, Mary Ann Garrett, Ter- 
ry Love, Bennie Wright, Rick 
Colbert, Diane Broyles 

(seated), Marsha Shuler, 

Brad Emmert, Theresa Mor- 
gan (seated), Dr. Rosemary 
Seidler, Sue Couvillion, Wal- 
ter Campbell, Dr. Wilfred 
Guerin. 



102 



Student Senate 




The Student Senate serves to coordinate student activities. In addition to its more 
apparent functions, such as providing entertainment and controlling campus elec- 
tions, the Senate recommends modifications in existing college regulations to the fac- 
ulty and administration. In the past year the Senate has proven unusually effective, 
seeing many of its proposals implemented. 




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From left to right, members of ODK are Charles Williams, Don Wills, Fred Miller, Richard Watts, Mr. Charles Hickcox, Dr. Edward Clark, Dr. A. C. 
Voran, Lynn Home, Dr. Walter Lowery, Dr. Webb Pomeroy, Dr. Lee Morgan, Dr. Earle Labor, Mr. John Williams, Rev. Robert Ed Taylor, Dean Thad 
Marsh, Dr. W. W. Pate. 

Omicron Delta Kappa is a national service fraternity which recognizes men for outstanding leadership in the college 
community. The organization is composed of both students and faculty members and serves to bring about a 
greater understanding between the two groups. 



Omicron Delta Kappa 



104 



Maroon Jackets 



The Maroon Jackets is an honorary service organization composed of girls who are outstanding in both leader- 
ship and character. Serving as the official college hostesses, the Jackets offer assistance during registration, Fresh- 
man orientation, Junior-Senior Day, lyceum programs, and Chapel programs. Each year the Maroon Jackets select 
an outstanding coed to be given the Ray Williams Award and an honorary membership in the organization. The 
recipient this year was Paula Boyd. 

Seated, left to right: Alys Gilcrease, Joan Fraser, Lise White, Martha West. Standing, in the same order: Mary Frances Backstrom, Nancy Boone. Dean 
Shirley Rawlinson, Gene Hullinghorst, Patty Verlander. 





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Seated, left to right: Alys Gilcrease, Dr. Lee Morgan, Lise White. Standing, left to right: Richard 
Watts, Rocky Morris, Dr. Walter Lowery, Hugh Gilmore, J. Dennis O'Malley, Chartes Williams. 

The Honor Court is a judicial board composed of five members and 
two alternates who are nominated by the students, reviewed by the 
faculty, and finally selected by the retiring court. The function of the 
Honor Court is to try persons accused of violating the honor code. 
Trials are held in secret and no person is convicted unless proven guilty 
beyond all reasonable doubt. 



Honor Court 




106 





Women's 
Judicial Board 



Members of the Women's Judicial Board are Sally 
Savage, Ann Morgan, Dean Shirley Rawlinson (ad- 
visor), Polly Poolman, Jan Combs. 




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Holding positions on the Men's Judicial Board are 
Brown Word, Mr. Jimmy Smith (advisor), Dave 
Waddell, Rick Friend, John Scheel, Mark McMurry, 
Chuck Simmons. Not pictured is Walter Campbell. 



A/ten's 
Judicial Board 



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Ponhellenic Council 

The Panhellennic Council coordinates inter-sorority 
affairs and enacts legislation concerning rushing, 
pledging, and initiation. The council is composed 
of two elected representatives, the president, and 
the rush chairman from each sorority. Serving as 
president of the Panhellenic Council is Beverly 
Fertitta. 



Pictured are Cathy Knighton, Susan Kunnemann, Sheryl Cook, Ellie 
Ray, Fran Bowers, Jan Combs, Bennie Wriqht, Linda Garrett, Dean 
Shirley Rawlinson, Beverly Fertitta, Judy Kelly. Members not pictured 
are Judy Morcom and Gayle Johnson. 




The Inter-Fraternity Council, 
the governing board for so- 
cial fraternities, is made up 
of two elected members and 
the president of each frater- 
nity. Officiating as president 
of IFC is Roger Boynton. 

Inter-Fraternity 
Council 




Left to right are Roger Boynton, Don Oliver, Kerry Schuck, Eddie Glassell, Ken Williamson, Dean August 
Aamodt, Huqh Gilmore, Rick Friend, Walter Campbell. Representatives not pictured include Del Ervin, Jim 
Brown, Ken Bufundo, David Dent. 



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Cencoe 

Cencoe is an organization designed to 
encourage friendship and cooperation 
among sororities on the Centenary 
campus. The group is composed of ten 
girls from each of the three sororities. 
Monthly Cencoe meetings include din- 
ner and frequently a guest speaker. 



First row, left to right: Sue Cunningham, Elise Carey, 
Joan Fraser, Theresa Morgan, Lise White, Diane Sandy, 
Susan Nenney. Second row: Robin Bucklew, Nancy 
Boone, Sheryl Cook, Martha West, Susan Boddie 
Peggy Simpson, Fran Bowers, Sue Couvillion, Gayle 
Johnson. Standing: Gene Hullinghorst, Judy Morcom, 
Jan Combs, Bennie Wright, Polly Pcolman, Lelia 
Vaughn, Alys Gilcrease, El lie Ray, Angie Hoffpauir, 
Barbara Walker. 




ieated: Patricia Pruden, Dean Shirley Rawlinson, Dr. Rosemary Seidler, Lelia Vaughn, Anna Joe, Emily Taylor. Standing: Joan Fraser, Polly Poolman, 
iylvia Snyder, Penny Wiggins, Mary Ann Garrett, Bennie Wright, Marcie Crowe, Margaret Furrh, Marianne Salisbury. 

l~he Women's Student Government Association promotes the general welfare of women students, provides in- 
creased communication between town and dormitory women, acts as a unifying body of all women students on 
:ampus, and provides and enforces regulations by which the women students in residence may govern themselves. 

Women's Student Government Association 



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Editor in Chief 
Associate Editor 
Features Editor 
Organizations Editor 
Sports Editor 
Classes Editors 



Faculty Editors 
Theater Editor 



Yoncopin 

Randy Tiller 

Greg Cofer 

Susan Kunnemann 

Cathy Knighton 

Hank Suey 

Sam Kennedy 

Bobby McClung 

Kathy Johnston 

Terry Riordan 

Rhonda Barnard 

Patty Verlander 

Nancy Lenz 

Kay Trevathan 

Peggy Holland 




Top right: Geg Cofer, Randy Tiller. Right: Sam 
Kennedy, Kathy Johnston, Bobby McClung, Kay 
Trevathan. 




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>p left: Nancy Lenz, Peggy Holland, Terry Riordan. Top right: Rhonda Barnard, Patty Verlander. 
ittom: Cathy Knighton, Susan Kunnemann, Hank Shuey. 






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Editor-in-Chief 
Managing Editor 
Business Manager 
News-Feature Editor 
Sports Editor 



Marsha Shuler 

Raymond Tangney 

Tom Burton 

Steve Mayer 

David Carlton 



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Alpha Phi Omego 



Pictured at bottom are the officers of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity: 
Lynn Home, President; Tom Burton, 1st Vice President; Pat Green, Second 
Vice President; Paul Faahs, Recording Secretary; Miles Hitchcock, Trea- 
surer; Bruce Bell, Corresponding Secretary; Herb Pierce, Historian; Mike 
Wilson, Allumnae Secretary; John Meston, Sergeant at Arms. Dr. Webb 
Pomeroy is the faculty advisor. 






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Row one: Ken Curry, Jim Crews, LeRoy Foster. Row two: Randy Gammill, Jim 
Hobbs, John Lewis. Row three: Mike Marcell, Howard Marsh, Taylor Means, 
Frank McNab. Row four: Pete Nowinson, Joe Preston, Ray Tangney, Carl 
Tolbert. Not pictured: Bob Gettings, Paul Taparauskas, George Asaf, Mike 
Scarlato, Nguyn Kim Song, Charles Stahls, Walter Steinmetz, Robert Wilson, 
Mike Taylor. 





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First row, left to right: Rusty relton, Sherron Bienvenu, Nancy Hudson, 
Miss Ruth Alexander, Mr. Kipp Hollowoy. Second row: Carol Mittlestaedt, 
Irion Derouen, John Winters, Sa Hie Taylor, Gail Dalrymple, Mr. Robert 
Buseick. Third row: Nancy Nader, Niki Nichols, Terry McDonald, Stella 
Goodbee, Janis Turner, John Klopp. Fourth row: Gary Corn, Ellen Dunlop, 
Mike Hall, Locky Bryan. Fifth row: Charlie Stahls, Alan Ferrer, Donnie 
McCorkle, Douglas Gutenkunst, Doug Frazier. 



Rivertown Players 



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Seated, left to right: Marianne Salsbury, Susan Boddie, Kathy Carson, 
James Edmunds, Mary Frances Backstrom, Keith Guier, Patty Ver- 
lander, Rob Hallquist, Ellen Gammill, Paul Boatwriqht, Carol Mittle- 
staedt, David Dent, Linda Garrett, Dave Roberts. Standing, left to 
right: Charles Watts, Barbara Strickland, Chris Middleton, Kathy 
Parrish, Charles Willard, Jane Brady, Glen Bullard, Paula Sanders, 
David Lawrence, Camille Greve, Mitch Tapson, Bonnie Little, John 
Green, Bill Gerardy, Doug Koelemay, Mary Ann Cook, Steve Brown, 
Scctt Boatwriqht, Andy Carter, Rhonda Barnard, Jan Adams, Greq 
Harris, Becky Wroten, Linn Caraway, Brown Word, Larry Long, Mar- 
tha Cook, Albert Probst, Mary Dykes, Bonnie Green, Chuck Simmons. 



Choir officers are Marianne Salsbury, Secretary; Brown Word, Trea- 
surer; Doug Koelemay, President; Carol Mittlestaedt, Coed Vice Presi- 
dent; Chuck Simmons, Vice President. 



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Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Members of Alpha Epsilon Delta, an honorary fraternity for pre-medical majors, 
include; Hank Shuey, Kerry Schuck, David Waddell, Andy Carter, Steve Heard, Mike 
Martin, Peter Kastl, Wally Burge, Dr. Robert Deufel, Dr. Mary Warters. Not pictured: 
Dan Vega. 





Sigma Gamma Epsilon 



Pictured are members of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, a national honorary geological 
society: Dr. Nolan Shaw, Ronnie Buck, George Norman, Robert Langton, David 
Durham, Mr. Charles Hickcox, Walter Kraszewski, Jim Brown. 



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Alpha 
Sigma 
Chi 



Pictured are members of 
Alpha Sigma Chi, an hon- 
orary chemistry fraternity: 
Bill Bearden, Paula Boyd, 
Jane Bostick, Maureen 
Pierce, Hank Shuey, 
Ginger Johnson, Lynn 
Home. 




reparing for initiation are members of Phi Beta, an honorary fraternity for music and drama majors. First 
jw: Joyce Sellers, Rebecca Smiser, Remica Crank, Bonnie Little, Lindy Rogers, Carol Mittlestaedt, Becky 
Vroten, Paula Sanders, Patty Verlander, Martha Cook, Linda Gillespie, Irion Derouen, Mary Frances Back- 
trom, Bonnie Green. Second row: Sherron Bienvenu, Marianne Salisbury, Gail Dalrymple, Jan Combs, Peggy 
Holland. 



Phi Beta 



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Lambda 
lota 
Tau 



Members of Lambda lota Tau literary 
fraternity are: Seated: Susan Glanville, 
Barbara Bilner, David Harrell, Dr. Fergal 
Gallagher (advisor). Standing: Mr. Mil- 
lard Jones (advisor), Barbara Walker, 
Mike Cothran, Steve Brown, Gayle John- 
son. Rhonda Barnard. 





Phi Sigma lota 



Phi Sigma lota is a national fraternity for language majors who have 
maintained a 3.0 average. Pictured are: Miss Morgan (advisor), Betty 
Rogers, Babs Miller, Nancy Field, Mr. Judd Copeland (advisor). 



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Alpha Chi 



Alpha Chi is an honorary academic "fra 
ternity for juniors and seniors who have a 
3.5 cumulative average. Members pictured 
are: Seated: Susan Glanville. Jan Combs, 
Herb Pierce. Standing: Mrs. Thomas Hickey, 
Lynn Home, Dr. W. W. Pate (advisor), 
Barbara Walker, Dr. Lee Morgan (advisor). 




Kappa Chi is a national religious fraternity 
for students preparing for fulltime Christian 
work. Members pictured are: Seated: Keith 
Geyer, Gary Hill, Angie Rice, Ronnie Scruggs. 
Standing: Dr. Webb Pomeroy (advisor), 
David Roberts, Kenneth Fisher, Ken Curry. 



Kappa Chi 



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Sophomore 
Service 



Sophomore Service is an organiza- 
tion composed of sophomores who 
proved outstanding in extracur- 
ricular activities during their fresh- 
man years. Members pictured are: 
Mimi Curbe'lo, Missy Howard, Sue 
Evelith, Mary Ann Garrett, Brad 
Emmert, Barry Fulton, Steve 
Stephens, Camille Greve, Nancy 
Miller. 





Kappa Pi 



Kappa Pi is a national art fraternity open to art majors who have reached sophomore level art 
courses. Pictured are: Judy Page, Mr. Willard Cooper, Sally Savage, Bonnie Cate, Suzanne 
Vander Leur. 



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he Men's Intramural Council directs the men's intramural program which 
rovides competition in football, basketball, Softball, tennis, cross -country, and 
alleyba II. Members pictured are: Butch Kraszewski, Ken Daniel, Mark McMurry, 
rian Brigulio, David Fraser, Mr. Tucker. 



Men's 

Intramural 

Council 





he Women's Recreation Association sponsors competition in volleyball, basket- 
>all, Softball, bowling, tennis, and bridge. Members pictured are: Judy Maxwell, 
Cerry Bruce, Lelia Vaughn, Carol Johnson. 



Women's 

Recreation 

Association 



125 



Hardin Council 



First row: Sylvia Snyder. Second row: Bennie Wright, Elise Carey, 
Penny Wiggins. Third row: Diane Gandy, Margaret McKinley, 
Mrs. Reed, Susan Kunnemann. 





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Pictured above are: Judy Morcom, Lelia Vaughn, Mrs. Wil- 
son, Kerry Bruce, Phyllis Gholson. 



James Council 
Sexton Council 



Seated: Becky Holmes, Cindy Scott, Connie Van Fleet. 
Standing: Mrs. Horton, Mary Ann Garrett. 



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Methodist Student Movement 

Canterbury Association 
Baptist Student Union 



Methodist Student Movement is the organized ministry of 
the United Methodist Church on the Centenary Campus. 
Activities include suppers, speakers, retreats, and dialogue 
groups. Leading MSM is Mr. Robert Ed Taylor. 

The Canterbury Association is an organization of students 
and faculty in the academic community operating under 
the authority of the Episcopal Church. Members meet for 
programs, suppers, and Holy Communion. The Reverend 
Kenneth Paul serves as chaplain. Pictured at right. 

The Baptist Student Union is directed by the Southern 
Baptist Church. Students meet for activities, fellowship, and 
programs focusing on the religious aspects of college life. 





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Centenary 
College Bond 

Directed by Mr. B. P. Causey, the Cen- 
tenary Band performs at concerts and 
chapels. A special group within the band 
called the "Dixie Land Band" provides 
background music for the pom pom girls 
at all home basketball games. 



Members are: Mike Carrington, David Culber+son, 
Wayne Hagen, David Harrell, Gary Hill, Peter Kastl, 
Frank Leene, Larry Long, Terry Love, Scott Mouton, 
Randy Oberlag, Mary Pate, Joe Preston, Bill Riggs, 
David Roberts, Mike Scarlato, Chuck Simmons, Kathy 
Taglieri, Mark Tully, Bennie Wright. 





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Organizations . . . 




. . . Meeting Individual Needs 





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133 



Greek Life 



Friendship . . . Parties . . 
Leadership . . . Sports . 



Scholarship . . . Service . . 
Loyalty . . . Cooperation. 



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Greek Life 






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ALPHA XI DELTA 




The officers of Alpha Xi Delta are Sheryl Cook, 
President; Jan Combs, Vice President; Gene Hulling- 
horst, Secretary; Barbara Walker, Treasurer; Susan 
Nenney, Pledge Trainer; Gayle Johnson, Membership. 





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Row one: Karen Anderson, 
Linda Anderson, Patricia Au- 
gustine, Mary Brock, Robin 
Bucklew. 



Row two: Debra Cox, Mimi 
Curbelo, Barbara Dienlcin, 
Frances Ellis, Linda Frawlry. 

Row three: Phyllis Gholson, 
Charlaine Harris, Angie Hoff- 
pauir, Sherri Hayes, Sandra 
Hilburn. 



Row four: Beverly Hollis, 
Carol Johmson, Alice McCon- 
nell, Mary Pate, Maureen 
Pierce. 



Row five: Patricia Rohde, 
Penny Spessard, Diane Thom- 
as, Christine Thompson, Janis 
Turner. 



Row six: Kathy Turner, Brenda 
Vanderpool, Carolyn Webb, 
Donna Wenk, Bennie Wright. 



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CHI OMEGA 





Officers of Chi Omega are Ellie Ray, President; Lise White, Vice Presi- 
dent; Paula Boyd, Secretary; Diane Gandy, Treasurer; Theresa Morgan, 
Pledge Trainer; Martha West, Personnel Chairman; Cathy Knighton, Rush 
Chairman. 





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Row one: Mary Frances Back- 
|strom, Barbara Bethell, Sherron 
Bienvenu, Becky Bost, Diane 

Broyles, Pam Byrd. 



Row two: Elise Carey, Cindy 

Cheek, Mary Christianson, Remica 

Crank, Charlotte Doqgett, Sharon 
Duhon. 



Row three: Sue Evelith, Beverly 
Fertitta, Sydna Fertitta, Nancy 
Field, Gayle French, Ellen Gam- 
mill. 



Fow four: Linda Gillespie, Nancy 

Hudson, Betsy llgenfritz, Susan 

Kunnemann, Sherry Lewis, Sharon 
McCallon. 



Row five: Mary Susan McCammon, 
Jeanne Maqruder, Mimi Moore, 
Nancy Norris, Sara Paullus, Polly 
Poolman. 



Row six: Henri Etta Price, Peggy 

Ramsey, Suzanne Reestrom, Terry 

Riordan, Barbara Roberts, Holley 
Roberts. 



Row seven: Becki Seale, Sally Sig- 
ler, Cathy Smith, Janet Turner, 
Ann Wilhelm, Kay Williams. 



Row eight: Vicki Wissman, Camille 
Young. 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 




The officers of Zeta Tau Alpha are Judy Mor- 
com, President; Fran Bowers, Vice President; Sue 
Couvillion, Corresponding Secretary; Nancy 
Boone, Recording Secretary; Joan Fraser, Trea- 
surer; Lelia Vaughn, Historian; Judy Kelly, Mem 
bership; Jane Bostick, Ritual. 





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Row one: Jo Ann Anderson, Susan 
Boddie, Jane Brady, Debbie Bri- 
gance, Kerry Bruce, Martha Cook. 



Row two: Sue Cunningham, Gail 
Dalrymple, Anne Doyle, Margaret 
Furrh, Linda Garrett, Mary Ann 
Garrett. 



Row three: Alys Gilcrease, Bonnie 
Green, Camille Greve, Edna Han- 
vey, Pat Herndon, Ann Hollands- 
worth. 

Row tour: Julie Hutchinson, Pat 
Jack, Ginger Johnson, Susanna 
Key, Julie Kizer, Nancy Lenz. 



Row tive: Meta Lynch, Chris Mar- 
ston, Dell Mayfield, Ann Morgan, 
Sindy Munch, Linda Munch. 



Row six: Kathy Parrish, Priscilla 
Rice, Jan Richards, Jo Nell Roe, 
Marilyn Scott, Joyce Sellers. 



Row seven: Peggy Simpson, Syl- 
via Syder, Terry Springer, Kathy ' 
Stephenson, Barbara Treat, Kay 
Trevathan. 



Row eight: Mary Beth Tucker, Jan 

Wheatley, Penny Wiggins, Kay 

Williamson, Martha Woods, Sally 
Word. 



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KAPPA ALPHA 




The officers of Kappa Alpha 
are Jim Brown, I; Jim Roth, 
II; Dale Cox, III; Chris Dip- 
pie, IV; Steve Stephens, V, 
Lynn Juneau, VI; Roqer Mil- 
ler, VII; Richard Meyers, 
VIII; Craiq Gardner, IX. The 
KA Rose is Sylvia Snyder, 
and the housemother is Mrs. 
Lucille DeCote. 





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Above: Dr. Antonio 
Curbelo, Faculty Ad- 
visor; Dr. Bryant David- 
son, Faculty Member; 
Dr. Louie Galloway, Fac- 
ulty Advisor; Dr. Wal- 
ter Lowery, Faculty 
Member; Mr. Orvis Sig- 
ler, Faculty Member. 



Left: Row one: Bud 

Bowen, Guy Bent, Rog- 
er Boynton, Bryan Bri- 
qulio, Locky Bryan, John 
Carlson. 



Row two: Tommy Daigle, 
Richard Edqerton, Rusty 
Felton, Jim Finn, Deane 
Flanigan, Lyne Gamble. 

Row three: Arthur 

Geary, Edwin Glassell, 
Tom Gordon, Gary 

Grant, Bill Green, Bar- 
rett Haik. 

Row four: Herb Hamil- 
ton, John Hattaway, 
Don Hauser, Robert 

Johnson, Glen Ketchum, 
John Klopp. 



Row five: Thomas Lane, 
Maury Mitchell, Bob 
Manstead, Don Oliver, 
Jon Petersen, Henry 
Shuey. 



Row six: Leigh Sher- 
rouse, Fred Sinclair, 

Steve Stefanou, Tom 
Westervelt, John Wilson. 



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KAPPA SIGMA 










Below: Row one: Bill 

Bearden, Ken Bufundo, 
Wally Burge, David Carl- 
ton, John Carrington, 
Chuck Carroll. Row two: 
Andy Carter, Digg Caliri, 
Jeff Cheek, Buddy Cham- 
pagne, Rick Coe, Rick 
Colbert. 



The officers of Kappa Sigma Are: Steve Sutton, Grand Master; 
Bob Garison, Grand Procurator; John Scheel, Grand Master of 
Ceremonies; Don Cooke, Grand Scribe; John Popejoy, Grand 
Treasurer; Steve Heard, Pledge Trainer. Pictured at right are: 
Debbie Rodriguez, Sweetheart; Mrs. Baker, Housemother. 





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Row one: Bob Cooke, Tenal Cooley, Rick Courtney, Ken Daniel, Brad Emmert, Timothy Farrell. Row two: David Fraser, Barry Fulton, Jay 
Sould, Michael Hall, Robb Jackson, David Keever. Row three: Will Kizer, Dudley Lang, Steve Lazarus, Steve Livering, Don Louis, Walter Manning. 
*ow four: Mike Martin, Steve Mayer, John Meldrum, Fred Miller, Sonny Moss, Gary Murphree. Row five: Mikael McLeod, Mark McMurry, John 
vlcWilliams, Joe Porter, John Pou, Jack Riter. Row six: Fred Schonwald, Kerry Schuck, Bill Smith, Charles Snoddy, Wilson Stiles, Dean Williams. 




151 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 






Officers of Tau Kappa Epsilon are: Del Ervin, Prytanis; Tom Banner, 
Epiprytanis; Ken Williamson, Grammateus; Jim Devan, Crysophylos; 
Ed Baker, Histor; Frank Cimino, Pylortes; Ted McLanahan, Hypophe- 
tes; Ralph Swenson, Heqemon. Above also are: Arthur Cain, Asso- 
ciate Member; Dr. Nolan Shaw, Faculty Advisor; Robert Ed Taylor, 
Faculty Advisor; E. J. Williams, Associate Member. The sweetheart 
of Tau Kappa Epsilon is Kerry Bruce. 




Row one: Steve Beard, Glen Bullard, Douq Cain, 
Martin Decker, David Dent. 



Row two: Mark Galyean, Bill Hageman, David Hanna, 
Paul Heffinqton, Larry Hill. 



Row three: Charlie Holmes, Drew Hunter, Walter 
Kraszewski, Steve Law, Wade Lnenicka. 




152 




Row one: Mike McClure, Franklin McKay, Harold Meekins, Gerardo 
Montero, Bruce Morgan, Rocky Morris. Row two: George Norman, Dennis 
O'Malley, Randy Pace, Kenneth Parker, Peter Piqott, Robert Ray. Row 
three: Bill Riggs, Rudolfo Salas, Raymond Siebold, Craig Shelton, Chuck 
Simmons, Richard Skarston. Row -four: Garrett Stearns, John Taylor, John 
Tooke, Emmett Treadaway, Ray Turnbull, Don Un'win. Row five: Charles 
Watts, John Weber, Steve Weiss, David Williams. 




153 



THETA CHI 





The officers of The+a Chi are: Walter Campbe 
President; Phil Denoncourt, Vice-President; Glen Morse, 
Secretary; Robert Adler, Treasurer; Bob Eagle, Pledge 
Trainer. 




154 





Row one: Sean Brennan, Paul Bycoffe, Jose 
Cisneros, Mike Co+hren, Bob Deueease. 
Row two: Rex Engle, Rick Friend, Doug 
Gutenkunst, Dave Hilsee, Malcolm Hoff- 
meister. Row three: Cordell Klein, Jack Sav- 
ior, Mike Scarloto, Edward Schiro, Bill Stal- 
ings. Row four: Carl Tolbert, Mark Tomlin- 
son, Alan Wolf. 



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157 




Dr. John H. Allen 
President of Centenary 

College 



"It has been easy to become a part of Centenary. All of you — 
students, staff, faculty — have made the Aliens feel welcome 
and 'in.' 

My most earnest desire is to contribute in some way to the con- 
tinued development and maintenance of this great Liberal Arts 
College. You have so much going for you and I want to join your 
enterprise." 



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159 



Academic 
Deans 



Thad N. Marsh, Dean of the College (below); Rev- 
August Aamodt, Dean of Students, (upper right); 
Shirley B. Rawlinson, Dean of Women, (lower right). 





Administrative 
Staff 



Mrs. Rosemary Eubanks, Director of Financial Aid, (left); 
Mrs. Zama Russell, Registrar, (right). 




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Top left: Nancy Metcalf, Associate Director of Alumni and College Relations; Maurie 
Wayne, Director of Public Information. Top right: Jimmie Smith, Director of Student 
Activities. Middle left: Dan Springer, Director of Development; Robert Holladay, 
Director of Alumni and Church Relations. Above: Lawson Arrington, Acting Assistant 
Comptroller; Thomas Box, Chief Accountant; C. L. Perry, Comptroller. 



161 




Top right: Willard Cooper, Professor and Chairman of the 
Department of Art. Left: Dr. Orin Willtins, Professor in Biology; 
Elsie McFarland, Lecturer in Biology; Dr. Mary Warters, Pro- 
fessor in Biology. Above: Dr. Robert Deufel, Professor and 
Chairman of the Department of Biology. 



Biology 



162 




Top left: Dr. Stanton Taylor, Associate Professor in Chem- 
istry; Dr. Rosemary Seidler, Assistant Professor in Chemistry; 
Dr. Charles Lowery, Assistant Professor in Chemistry; Dr. 
Robert Hood, Assistant Professor in Chemistry. Top right: 
Dr. Wayne Hanson, Professor and Chairman of the De- 
partment of Chemistry. Above: Dr. John Berton, Professor 
and Chairman of the Department of Economics. Right: 
Dr. Woodrow Pate, Professor of Economics; Dr. Thomas 
Hickey, Professor of Business and Psychology; Dr. Roy 
Pearson, Associate Professor of Economics; Ballard Smith, 
Instructor in Business. 



Education and Psychology 




Engineering 



Top left: Dr. Joseph D. Garner, Associate Professor of Education; Dr. Emme 
Assistant Professor of Education; Dr. Robert N. Hallquist, Assistant Profess 
tion. Bottom left: Dr. Dorothy Gwin, Professor and Chairman of the D 
Education and Psychology. Bottom right: Edmond M. Parker, Professor a 



Emma Strinqfellow, 
ssor of Educa- 

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Education and Psychology. Bottom right: Edmond M. Parker, Professor and Chairman 
of Engineering Sciences. Upper right: Mrs. Carol B. Casavant, Instructor in Education 
and Psychology and Director of Testing; Mark E. Dulle, Instructor in Psychology. 



164 





English 



S5&S 



Top right: Dr. Lee Morgan, Pro- 
fessor and Chairman of the De- 
partment of English. Left: Dr. 
Earle Labor, Professor of English; 
Dr. Wilfred Guerin, Professor of 
English; Julie Jones, Assistant 
Professor of English; Millard Jones, 
Assistant Professor of English; 
Jane Oliver, Instructor in English; 
Fergal Gallagher, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of English; Joan Girling- 
house, Assistant Professor of 
English. 






165 



Foreign Languages 







Top right: Dr. T. T. Beck, Professor 
and Chairman of the Department of 
.Foreign Languages. Above: Johnson 
Watts, Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages; Use Bissell, Instructor in 
German; Marie Morgan, Instructor in 
French; Jud Copeland, Instructor in 
French. Bottom right: Mary Curlin 
structor in Latin. Bottom left: Dr. An- 
-tonio Curbelo, Assistant Professor of 
Spanish. 



166 




History and Government 





Top left: Dr. Leroy Vogel, Professor and Chairman of the Department of History 
and Government. Top right: Dr. Viva Rainey, Associate Professor of Histor/ and 
Government. Bottom left: Charles Hickcox, Professor and Chairman of the Depart- 
ment of Geography and Geology; Dr. Nolan Shaw, Associate Professor of Geography 
and Geology. Left: Dr. Walter Lowrey, Associate Professor of History; Darrell Loyless, 
Instructor in Government, Dr. Alton Hancock, Associate Professor of History. Not 
pictured: Dr. Darrell Overdyke, Professor of History and Government; Dr. Bryant 
Davidson, Professor of History and Government. 








Geology 



167 








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Math 



Top left: Mrs. Faribee P. Self, 
Associate Professor of Mathe- 
matics; Charles M. Greene, 
Associate Professor of Mathe- 
matics. Top right: Dr. Vir- 
ginia Carlton, Professor and 
Chairman of the Department 
of Mathematics. Bottom 

right: Mrs. Betty Speairs, As- 
sociate Professor of Mathe- 
matics; Donald M. Danvers, 
Associate Professor of Mathe- 
matics; Dr. David Simmons, 
Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics. 




168 




Philosophy 



Top left: Dr. Frank M. Carroll, Professor and Director of the School 
of Music. Top right: Dr. A. C. Voran, Associate Professor of Music 
and Director of the Centenary College Choir. Bottom left: Dr. L. 
Hughes Cox, Professor and Chairman of the Department of Philosophy. 
Bottom right: Ronald Dean, Assistant Professor of Music; Frances 
Perkins, Assistant Professor of Music; Emil Grosman, Instructor in 
Music; Joyce Hobbs, Instructor in Music; William Teague, Adjunct 
Professor of Organ; Joyce Cameron, Assistant Professor of Music. 



169 



Physical Education 




Religion 



Top left: Val Tucker, Assistant Professor and Chairman of 
the Department of Health and Physical Education. Above 
right: Johnnie Schulman, Instructor in Health and Physical 
Education; Olivia Jane Clower, Instructor in Physical Edu- 
cation. Middle right: Larry Little, Assistant Professor in 
Physical Education; Joe Swank, Head Basketball Coach; Riley 
Wallace, Instructor and Basketball Coach; Orvis Sigler, 
Assistant Professor and Director of Athletics. Bottom right: 
Robert Ed Taylor, Assistant Professor of Religion and 
Chaplain; Webb Pomeroy, Professor and Chairman of the 
Department of Religion. Above: Dr. Louie Galloway, 
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Physics. 
Not pictured: Larry Ludwig, Instructor in Physics; Dr. 
Walker, Associate Professor of Physics; John Williams, In- 
structor in Physics. 



170 





Sociology 



Left: Dr. Ora Watson, Visiting Professor; Dr. 
Ferrell Pledger, Professor and Chairman of the 
Department of Sociology and Director of Evening 
and Summer Sessions. Bottom left: Ruth Alexander, 
Associate Professor of Speech and Drama; C. L. 
Holloway, Instructor in Speech and Drama. Bot- 
tom right: Robert Buseick, Associate Professor 
and Chairman of the Department of Speech and 
Drama. 





Speech 

and 

Drama 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 



172 




Row one: Robert F. Adler, Bronx, N. Y.; Roger Amadon, 
Greenville, III.; Mary Frances Backstrom, New Orleans; 
Kenneth Bafundo, New Rochelle, N. Y. 



Row two: Michael Barltett, Shreveport; Rhonda Barnard, 

Shreveport; Melvin Basler, Greenville, III.; Guy Bent, 
Bossier City. 



Row three: M. Joan Berkley, Shreveport; Barbara Bild- 
ner, Bossier City; Robert Black, Shreveport; John Blan- 
kenship, Greenville, III. 



Row four: Scott Boatright, Shreveport; Susan Boddie, 
Monroe; Nancy Boone, Dallas; Jane Bostick, Gilbert. 



Row five: Fran Bowers, Colfax; Paula Boyd, Little 
Rock, Ark.; John Boyle, Edison, N. J.; Roger Boynton, 

Abbeville. 



Row six: Priscilla Briggs, Vivian; Susan K. Brown, Read- 
ing, Mass.; John D. Bryant, Shreveport; Sidney Bundy, 

Shreveport. 



Adler: Geology; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 4; Resident Ad- 
visor, 4; Theta Chi, treasurer, 3, 4. Amadon: Business; 
Dean's List 3; Athletic Manager, 2; Basketball Statisti- 
cian, 1-4. Backstrom: Music; Choir, 1-4; Maroon Jacket 
4; Miss Centenary, .3; Chi Omega, 1-4, Corresponding 
Secretary 3; Phi Beta, 1-4, Vice-President and Pledge 
Trainer, 2, Secretary, 3, President 4; Dean's List, 4; 
Sophomore Service Organization, 2; Elections Commit- 
tee, 3; Opera Workshop, 1-4; W.R.A., I; W.S.G.A. Bar- 
nard: English; Choir, 2-4; Alpha Xi Delta, 2, Chaplain, 
2; Forensic Tournament 2; Lambda lota Tau 4; Yoncopin 
Senior Class Editor 4; Katherine Jackson French Memo- 
rial Scholarship 3, 4. Basler: Business. Bent: Accounting; 
Golf Team 1-4; Kappa Alpha 3, 4. Black: Geology; Sig- 
ma Gamma Epsilon, Vice-President 4; Kappa Alpha 
1-4, Recording Secretary, 4; Louisiana Land and Explor- 
ation Scholarship 4; Student Geology Lab Teacher 4. 
Boddie: Education; Choir 2-4; Zeta Tau Alpha 1-4, As- 
sistant Ritual Chairman 3, Scholarship Chairman 4; 
James Dorm Council 3, Vice-President 4; CENCOE 4; 
SUB Committee 4; SLTA I, 2; Class Representative 3. 
Boone: Math; Zeta Tau Alpha, Scholarship Chairman, 
Standards Chairman, Recording Secretary; Senate Com- 
mittees; SUB Committee; Student-Faculty Committee; 
Delegate to State SUSGA Convention; Alpha Sigma Pi; 
Alpha Chi, Treasurer; Dean's List; Who's Who; Maroon 
Jacket; Cheerleader; Homecoming Court. Bostick: Sci- 
ence; SUB Committee; Zeta Tau Alpha, Ritual Chair- 
man; Alpha Chi; Canterbury Club; WRA Council; 
James Annex President; WSGA Executive Council; Stu- 
dent Senate Committees. Bowers: Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Pledge Class Treasurer, Pledge Trainer, Vice- 
President; Band; Dean's List, Senate Committees; Intra- 
murals; Forensic Tournament; Yoncopin Staff; Miss Cen- 
tenary Pageant Committee; SLTA; CENCOE: Panhel- 
lenic Council. Boyd: Science; Who's Who 4; Honorary 
Maroon Jacket; Pacesetter 3; Panhellenic Representative 
3; Chi Omega Secretary; Conglomerate Lay-Out Editor; 
Student Senate Committees 2-4; CENCOE; Sophomore 
Service Organization; Alpha Sigma Chi, Secretary 3, 
4; Yoncopin Staff 3, 4; Miss Centenary Pageant; 
MSM. Boyle: Business; Delta Alpha, Treasurer; Intramur- 
als. Boynton: Business; Kappa Alpha IX 3; IFC President 
3, 4. Bryant: Humanities; Canterbury Club; Kappa Pi. 
Bundy: English; SLTA 3; Lambda lota Tau 4. 

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Burge: Biology; Kappa Sigma, Office of Guard; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta. Casey: Business; Kappa Alpha; Dean's List. 
Cofer: Psychology; Yoncopin Staff 2-4, Organizations 
Editor 2, Associate Editor 3, 4; Sophomore Service Or- 
ganization, President 2; River Town Players, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Forensic Tournament 2, 3; Student Director 3; 
Miss Centenary Pageant 3, 4; Student Senate Commit- 
tees I, 2, 3. Cook: Sociology; WSGA, 3; Student Senate 
Committees 4; Women's Judicial Board 4; Panhellenic 
4; Alpha Xi Delta, President 4; Summer Studies Scholar- 
ship at Yale 3. Cooke: Education; Choir 1-4; Band I; 
Phi Beta 1-4, Historian 2, Treasurer 3; Kappa Chi 1-3; 



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Row one: Wally Burge, Lewis- 
ville, Ark.; Tommie Burton, 
Shreveport; John Carrington, 
Shreveport; Mike Carrington, 
Shreveport; Michael A. Car- 
ter, Plain Dealing. 



Row two: Frank Casadonte, 

Harrison, N. J.; James Casey, 
Dallas; Bonnie Cate, Texarkana, 
Ark.; Frank Cimino, Shreve- 
port; Greg Cofer, Shreveport. 

Row three: Rick Colbert, 
Shreveport; Sheryl Cook, 
Shreveport; Mary Ann Cooke, 
Overton, Tex.; Gary Corn, 
Booneville, Ind.; Sue Couvil- 
lion, Bunkie. 



Row four: Marsha Crowe, 
Shreveport; Sue Cunningham, 
Dallas; Robert Daily, Shreve- 
port; Kenneth Daniel, Little 
Falls, N. J.; Jan Dawkins, 
Alexandria. 



Row five: James Dean, Shreve- 
port; Philip Denoncourt, Con- 
cord, N. H.; David Dent, Hous- 
ton; Jim Devan, Shreveport; 
Sally Dohoney, Shreveport. 

Row six: Lance Dreyer, Mon- 
roe; Robert Dueease, Birming- 
ham, Ala.; Sharon Lee Duhon, 
Shreveport; Frances Duron, 
Shreveport; Frances Edwards, 
Shreveport. 



Row seven: Delbert Ervin, Mc- 
Guire AFB, N. J.; Dorothy 
Felder, Shreveport; Beverly Jo 
Fertitta, Leesville; Nancy 
Field, Shreveport; Penny Finuf, 
Shreveport. 



MSM 1-4; SLTA 3, 4. Corn: 
Speech; River Towne Players, 
President 4; Theatre Board 4: 
Sigme Tau Delta, President 3; 
Jongleur Special Award I ; 
Jongleur Tech Theatre Award 
2, 3; Forensic Tournament 2. 
Couvillion: Education; Zeta 
Tau Alpha 1-4, Service Chair- 
man 3, Corresponding Secre- 
tary 4; Student Senate Com- 
mittees 3, 4; SLTA 1-4, Secre- 
tary 4; CENCOE 4; SUB 
Committee 2-4; Student-Faculty 
Committee 4; WRA 1-4; For- 
ensic Tournament 1-3; Dele- 
gate to National SUSGA Con- 
vention 2, 3; State SUSGA 
Convention 2, 3; President's 
Conference 2, 3; WSGA 1-4. 
Crowe: Sociology; Latin Club 
Treasurer 3; Sexton Dorm Vice- 
President 3; Student Senate 
Committee 4; Young Demo- 
crats Secretary, Treasurer 4. 
Cunningham: Math; Entertain- 
ment Committee 1-4; Zeta Tau 
Alpha 1-4, Scholarship Chair- 
man 3, Assistant Ritual Chair- 
man 4; CENCOE 4; Yoncopin 
Staff I, 2; AWS; WRA. Dean: 
Business and Economics; West- 
ern Electric Scholarship 1-4. 




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Row one: Kenneth Fisher, Shreveport; Steve Forte, 
Shreveport; Paula Francis, Shreveport; Steven Francis, 

Shreveport. 



Row two: David Fraser, Lake Charles; Joan Fraser, Dallas; 
Douglas R. Frazier, Shreveport; Ruth Frazier, Shreveport. 



Row three: Rick Friend, Huntington, N. Y.; Marjorie 
Gandy, Little Rock; Robert Garison, El Dorado, Ark.; 
Linda Garrett, New Orleans. 



Row four: Vernon W. Garrison, Shreveport; Bill Gerardy, 
Carthage, Tex.; Alys Gilcrease, Shreveport; Martha 
Goodin, Shreveport. 



Row five: William T. Green, Laurel, Miss.; Turner 
Guidry, Baton Rouge; Keith Guier, Farmerville; Cathe- 
rine Guilbeau, Jennings. 

Row six: Norman Hall Shreveport; Herbert Hamilton, 
Shreveport; Danny R. Hardy, Shreveport; David Harrell, 

Zachary. 



Row seven: Susan Hart, Shreveport; Laura Heard, Bel- 
cher; Angie Hoffpauir, Franklin; Susan Hooley, New 

Orleans. 

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Denoncourt: Business; Theta Chi Historian 3, Vice- 
President 4; IFC 4; Elections Committee 4. Dent: Gov- 
ernment; Choir; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pledge Trainer, Sgt.- 
at-Arms; Student Senate Committees; IFC, Treasurer; 
Resident Advisor; Dean's List; MSM; Intramurals Coun- 
cil; Classical Club, V.P.; SUB Committee. Dohoney: 
History; Canterbury, Secretary 3, President 4. Dueease: 
Business; Freshman Basketball I ; Theta Chi, Pledge 
Class Secretary; Tennis Team 3, 4. Duhon: English; SLTA 
1-3, President 3; Chi Omega 1-4; Lambda lota Tau 4. 
Duron: English Education; Alpha Chi. 



Fisher: Religion; Pre-theological Scholarship; Band 2, 3; 
Kappa Chi 3, 4. Fraser: English; Zeta Tau Alpha 1-4, 
Treasurer 3, 4, Assistant Treasurer 2, Vice-President of 
Pledge Class I; Maroon Jackets 4; Who's Who 4: 
WSGA, Vice-President 3; Student Senate Committees 
2-4; James Dorm Council I, 2; WRA; Alpha Sigma Pi; 
Canterbury Club; CENCOE 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 
Friend: Education; Theta Chi, Pledge Class President, 
Pledge Marshall; Men's Judicial Board; IFC, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Resident Advisor. Gandy: Humanities; Sigma Tau 
Delta 2; Alpha Sigma Pi 2; Panhellenic Representative 
3; Hardin Dorm Council Treasurer 3, Senior Representa- 
tive 4; CENCOE Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Chi Omega 
Assistant Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4. Garison: Government; 
Kappa Sigma 2-4; Forums Committee 4; Cline Dorm 
Council 4. Garrett: Education; Choir 1-4, Secretary 3; 
Zeta Tau Alpha 1-4, Ritual Chairman 3; Panhellenic, Sec- 
retary, Treasurer 3; James Dorm Council, Treasurer 2, 3; 
WRA. Gerardy: Business; Choir, Treasurer. Gilcrease: 
Religion; Zeta Tau Alpha; Student Senate Committees 
3, 4; President's Conference 3, 4; Maroon Jacket 4; 
Honor Court 4; Who's Who 4; CENCOE 4; Student- 
Faculty Committees 4. Green: Business; Kappa Alpha 
1-4, II; Canterbury Club 3; Election Committee 2, 3. 
Guilbeau: Spanish-Education; Phi Sigma lota 3, 4; 
Elections Committee 4. Harrell: English; Band 1-4; MSM 
1-4; Lambda lota Tau, President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 4; 
Resident Advisor 3. Hart: Spanish; Spanish Club, Vice- 
President 2; Phi Sigma lota 3, 4, Secretary 4. Hooley: 
Education; Alpha Xi Delta 1-4; WRA 2; Intramurals 1-4. 

Hullinghorst: French and German; WRA 1-4; MSM I; 
Alpha Xi Delta 1-4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Mem- 
bership Chairman 3, Recording Secretary 4; Dean's List 
I; Conglomerate Staff 2, 3; Alpha Sigma Pi 2; Phi 
Sigma lota 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 3; Student Faculty 
Committees 3, 4; Student Senate Committees 3; CEN- 
COE 3, 4; Maroon Jackets 4; Lambda lota Tau 4; 
Who's Who 4; WSGA, Treasurer 4. Jinks: Sociology. 
Johnston: Spanish; SUB Committee I, 2, Treasurer 2; 
Student Senate Committees 2; Forensic Tournament 
2, 3; Yoncopin Staff 3, Senior Editor 4. Kiier: Business; 
Kappa Sigma, Secretary 4; Cline Dorm Council 2. 
Kostyack: Education; SLTA 4; Alpha Phi Omega, Sgt- 
at-Arms 3; Republican Club 2. Langton: Geology; 



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Row one: Nancy Hudson, 
Shreveport; Gene Hulling- 
horst, New Orleans; Janis 
Jinks, Shreveport; Anna M. 
Joe, Shreveport; Mary Anne 
Johnson, Shreveport. 



Row two: Ruth Johnson, 
Shreveport; Kathy Johnston, 
Shreveport; William Kiier, 
Texarkana, Tex.; Douglas 
Koelemay, New Orleans; Ken 
Kostyack, Pine Beach, N. J. 



Row three: Robert H. Lang- 
ton, Shreveport; Sherry Le- 
Blanc, Shreveport; Spencer 
Lindsay, Houma; Dan Lorant, 
Shreveport; Terry Love, Min- 
den. 



Row lour: Jimmy Lynn, 
Shreveport; Walter Manning, 
Dallas; Ronald Wayne Martin, 
Bossier City; Susan Mask, 
Shreveport; Diane Masse, 
Montreal, Can. 



Row five: Steven Mayer, 
Bunkie; Richard Meece, 
Shreveport; Richard Meyers, 
New Orleans; Barbara Miller, 
Shreveport; Carol Mittelstaedt, 
New Orleans. 




Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3, 4, President 4. Lindsay: Religion; Canterbury Club 
2, President 3; Kappa Chi 1-4, Vice-President 2. Love: Business; MSM 1-4; 
Band 1-4; Student Senate Committees 4; Ad Hoc 4. Mask: Education; 
Gymnastic Team 1-4, Canadian Pan-American Team 3. Masse: Physical 
Education; Gymnastic Team 1-3; Physical Education Majors' Club, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Miss Centenary Pageant First Runner-Up 3; 
Pom-pon Girl 3, 4. Mayer: Government; Kappa Sigma; IFC; Student Senate 
Committees; Ombudsman; Sophomore Service Organization; SUB Commit- 
tee; Conglomerate Features Editor; Young Democrats; Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Washington Semester. Meyers: Business; Kappa Alpha 1-4, VIII; Golf Team 
2, 3. Miller: French; Alpha Chi Scholastic Fraternity 1-4; Phi Sigma. 

Monsted: Business; Kappa Alpha 1-4, VII; Golf Team 1-4, Co-Captain 4. 
Morcom: Math; Zeta Tau Alpha, Sona Leader, Vice-President, Pledge 
Trainer, President; Student Senate Committees; Student Faculty Committees; 
Panhellenic; CENCOE: Cheerleader; Homecoming Court; Who's Who; 
James Dorm Council. Morris: Science; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain 3, 
Assistant Pledge Trainer 4; Dean's List I ; CRC Chemistry Award 2; Alpha 
Sigma Pi 1,2; Student Senate Committees 4; Honor Court 4; IFC 2; Who's 
Who 4. Moss: Business; Kappa Sigma, Vice-President; Baseball, Letterman. 

McClure: Business; Tau Kappa Epsilon. McConnell: Math; Math Club 1-4, 
Secretary 2 ,4, President 3; Computer Programmers Club 4, Secretary; BSU 
1-4; Alpha Xi Delta 2-4, Pledge Class Treasurer 2, House Manager 4, Journal 
Correspondent 3; Orientation Committee 2; Alpha Phi Omega 4; Dean's 
List 3. Mclntyre: Math; Student Senate Committees; Student Faculty 



Committees. McKinley: Music; Alpha Sigma Pi 1,2; Dean's List 1-3; Alpha 
Chi 3, 4, President 3; Phi Beta 3; Dorm Council 2, 4; American Guild 
of Organists Student Group 1-4, President 4; Student Faculty Committees 
3, 4. McLanahan: Business; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1-4, Crysophilias 3, 
Hypaphetes 4; IFC 4; MSM 2; Student Senate Committees 2. Nenney: 
Sociology; Sexton Dorm Council Treasurer 2; Women's Judicial Board 3; 
Panhellenic 3; CENCOE 2-4; Student Senate Committees; Alpha Xi Delta 
1-4, President, Pledge Trainer. Pace: History; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1-4; Spanish 
Club 3. M. Pane: Education; Alpha Xi Delta 1-4, Chaplain 2, Activities 
Chairman 4; American Guild of Organists I; MSM 1-4; Band 1-4; 
Intramurals I. R. Pane: Economics; Newman Club President 2; Student 
Senate Committees 2; Interfaith Council 2; Opera 3; MSM 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3. Pfeuffer: Education. Poolman: Education; Who's Who 4; Pacesetter 
3; Chi Omega 2-4, Correspondent 4, House and Grounds 3, Chaplain 2; 
WSGA President 3; Women's Judicial Board Chairman 4; CENCOE 4; 
Ombudsman 4; Student Faculty Committees 3; Sexton Dorm Council 1-3. 
Pressly: Humanities; Forums Committee 3, 4; Lambda lota Tau. Probst: 
Music; Choir 1-4, Board Member 3, 4; Lyceum Committee; Phi Mus Alpha. 
Ray: Education; Chi Omega, Social Chairman 3, President 4; SUB 
Committee 3; Panhellenic 4; Student Senate Committees. Riter: Business; 
Kappa Sigma 2-4, Treasurer 3; IFC, Secretary 3. Rodriguez; Education; 
Intramurals I, 3; Kappa Sigma Pajama Girl 3; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart 
4; Student Senate Committee 4; Ombudsman 4; Miss Centenary Committee 
4. Rogers: English; Phi Sigma lota 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3; Dean's 
List; SLTA 3, 4; Lambda lota Tau 3, 4. Saylor: Education; Intramurals 1-4; 
Delta Alpha 2; Resident Advisor 1-4; Theta Chi Athletic Director 3. 



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Row one: Robert Monsted, Jr., 
New Orleans; Judy Morcom, 
Baton Rouge; Robert Morris, 
Lake Charles; Ira Moss, 
Shreveport; Jack Murlin, Dal- 
las. 



Row two: George Murray, 
Shreveport; Michael McClure, 
Shreveport; Alice McConnell, 
Bossier City; Carolyn Mcln- 
tyre, Shreveport; Margaret 
McKinley, Malvern, Ark. 



Row three: Ted McLanahan, 
Franklinton; Susan Nenney, Li- 
beral, Kan.; Nancy Nichols, 
Shreveport; Peter Nowinson, 
Highland Park, III.; Gilbert 
Pace, Shreveport. 



Row four: Marilyn Padgett, 
Shreveport; Judy Page, 
Shreveport; Warren Pagel, 
Shreveport; Melanie Pane, 
Shreveport; Richard Pane, 
Shreveport. 



Row five: Rita Patrick, Dover, 
Del.; Marlene Pfeuffer, Shreve- 
port; Richard Phillips, Shreve- 
port; Polly Poolman, Little 
Rock; Penelope Pressly, States- 
ville, N. C. 



Row six: Mary Pringle, Char- 
leston, S. C; Albert Probst, 
Shreveport; Billy Randolph, 
Waskom, Tex.; Ellie Ray, 
Greenville, Miss.; Michael A. 
Reeves, Shreveport. 



Row seven: William Riggs, 
Shreveport; Jack Riter, Cary, 
III.; Deborah Rodriguez, New 
Orleans; Betty Rogers, Shreve- 
port; Jaclc Saylor, Westfield, 
N. J. 



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Row one: John Scheel, Shreveport; Ronald Schorr, 
Shreveport; Kerry Schuck; Little Rock; Kathleen Sebas- 
tian, Shreveport. 



Row two: Henry M. Shuey, Jr., Huntsville, Ala.; Marsha 
Shuler, Shreveport; Harriet Shultz, Jennings; Peggy 
Simpson, Shreveport. 



Row three: Sharon Skrivanos, Little Rock; Gloria Smith, 
Shreveport; Thomas Stone, New Orleans; Steve Sutton, 

Oklahoma City. 

Scheel: History; Kappa Sigma; Judicial Board 3. 4; 
Election Committee 3, 4. Schorr: History. Schuck: Biol- 
ogy; Alpha Epsilon Delta, President 4; I FC 4; Kappa 
Sigma, President 4. Shuey: Chemistry; Kappa Alpha, 
Purser 3, Scholarship Chairman 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Vice-President 3, 4; Student Senate Committees 2-4; 
Yoncopin Staff, Sports Editor 4; Dean's List. Shuler: 
English; Conglomerate, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Edi- 
tor, 3, 4; Student Senate Committees 4. Shultz: Social 
Studies. Simpson: Economics; Zeta Tau Alpha 1-4, 
House Committee 2, Secretary 3, Standards Chairman 
4; Student Senate Committees 3; Alpha Sigma Pi I. 
Skrivanos: Sociology. Tiller: Business and Economics; 
Student Senate Committees 3, 4; Miss Centenary 
Pageant 2, 3; Forensic Tournament 2, 3; Yoncopin Staff 
2-4. Features Editor 2, Editor 3, 4. Tower: Government; 
Forums Committee, Young Democrats. Vaughn: Educa- 
tion; Zeta Tau Alpha 1-4, President Pledge Class I, 
Education Chairman 3, Historian 4; WRA 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; SLTA 3, 4, Historian 3, 
President 4; James Dorm Vice-President 3, President 4; 
Student Senate Committee 4; WSGA 4; CENCOE 3, 
4, Treasurer 4. Verlander: Education; Choir, Board of 
Directors; Maroon Jacket, President; Phi Beta, Secretary, 
Vice-President; Student Senate Committees; Miss Cen- 
tenary Runner-up; Yoncopin Staff; Dean's List; Honors 
Dorm, President; WSGA Executive Council; Opera 
Workshop. 




SENIORS 



Row four: Ralph Swenson, Haughton; David Tadich, 

West Aliquippa, Pa.; Mike Tebbe, Shreveport; Cathe- 
rine Thompson, Shreveport. 



Row -five: Randy G. Tiller, Shreveport; David C. Tower, 

Youngstown, N. Y.; Clarence L. Tucker, Bossier City. 



Row six: Katherine Turner, Shreveport; Lelia Vaughan, 

Jonesville, Tex.; Patty Verlander, Hammond. 



Watts: History; Honor Court; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Washington Semester; Conglomerate, Editor; Student 
Senate Committees; Dean's List; Sophomore Service 
Organization; Who's Who; Cline Dorm Head Resident; 
Pacesetter; Reader's Theatre; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Chaplain; MSM. Webb: Music Education; Alpha Xi 
Delta; Kappa Chi 4; WRA 3, 4; Band 3; Student-Faculty 
Committee 4. Willcox: Education; Sexton Dorm Council 
2; Canterbury Club 3: MSM; Student Senate Commit- 
tees 3. Wills: Math; Sophomore Service Organization 
2; Alpha Sigma Pi 2; Student Faculty Committees 2, 
3; Student Senate Committees 2-4, President 4; Math 
Club 1-4; Varsity Basketball 2; Honor Court 3; Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3, Treasurer 4; Who's Who 3, 4; Pacesetter 
4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2. Woods: Education; 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chairman, Assistant Pledge 
Trainer; SLTA. Wright: Business; Alpha Xi Delta 1-4, 
Pledge Class Treasurer and President I; SUB Committee 
3, 4; CENCOE, President 4; Dorm Council; WSGA 
Vice-President 4; Panhellenic 4. 




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Row one: Larry Ward, Green- 



SENIORS 



ville, III.; 
Franklinton; 
Shreveport; 
Little Rock; 
Charles. 



Richard Watts, 
Carolyn Webb, 
Martha West, 
Lise White, Lake 



Row two: Patrick White, 
Shreveport; Penny Wiggins, 
Corpus Christ!, Tex.; Tina 
Willcox, Little Rock; Janice 
Williams, Shreveport; Verlyn 
Williams, Shreveport. 



Row three: 

Shreveport; 
Rochelle, N. 
Shreveport; 
Shreveport; 
Houston. 



Wayne Williams, 
Don Wills, New 
Y.; Jann Winters, 
Martha Woods, 
Bennie J. Wright, 



NON-GRADS 




Aifcltfe 



Row four; Kenneth Armand, 
Marrero; Bruce Bell, Chap- 
paqua, N. Y.; James Brown, 
McDade; E. Greg Harris, 
Shreveport; Jerry K. Humph- 
ries, Shreveport; Jerry K. 
Humphries, Shreveport; Mi- 
chael Juneau, Shreveport. 



Row five: Peter Kastl, Alex- 
andria; James Keating, 

Shreveport; Henry LeBlanc, 
Shreveport; Dennis Murphy, 
Dallas; Edward Smith, Long- 
view, Tex.; James Smith, 

Spearsville. 



Row six: Kathryn Taglieri, 

Rockville, Md.; Emily Taylor, 
New Orleans; Barbara Treat, 
Minden; Suzanne VanderLeur, 
Shreveport; Joe Vaught, 
Shreveport; Bill Wassell, Little 
Rock. 



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180 







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Row one: Louis C. Babb, 
Groves, Tex.; Deborah J. 
Bailey, Midwest City, Olcla.; 
Edwin A. Baker, Hartsdale, 
N. Y,; Thomas Banner, New- 
tonville, Ma.; Andrew Bardes, 
New Canaan, Conn.; Steve 
Beard, Dallas, Tex. 



Row two: Bill Bearden, Jen- 
nings, La.; Frederick Bentley, 
Shreveport, La.; Doug Berry, 
Carthage, Tex.; Sherron Bien- 
venu, DeRidder, La. Jane 
Brady, Winnfield, La.; John 
Brice, Shreveport, La. 

Row three: Joe Brock, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Mary Frances 
Brock, Shreveport, La.; Sam 
Brown, Campti, La.; Steve 
Brown, Shreveport; Robin 
Buckalew, El Dorado, Ark.; 
Glenwood Bullard, Zwolle, La. 



Row four: Bill Bush, Shreve- 
port; Pam Byrd, Leesville, La.; 
Douglas Cain, Bossier City; 
Steve Caraway, Harahan, La.; 
Barbara Deinken, Mandeville, 
La.; Elise Carey, Pine Bluff, 
Ark. 



Row five: Steve Carlisle, 
Shreveport; John Carlson, 
Shreveport; Kathy Carson, 
Shreveport; Cindy Cheek, 
New Iberia, La.; Mary Chris- 
tianson, New Orleans, La.; 
Lewis Coats, Shreveport. 



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Row one: Line Coleman, Shreveport; 
Janet Combs, Shreveport; James 
Cooke, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 
Betty Corley, Shreveport; James 
Courtney, Baker, Fla. 



Row two: Dale Cox, Shreveport; 
Gail Dalyrymple, Austin, Tex.; Allen 
Dean, Downey, Calif.; Gene Dean, 
Tyler, Tex.; Irion DeRouen, Lake 
Charles. 




Row three: Betty Dolph, Shreve- 
port; Anne Doyle, Tyler, Tex.; Mary 
Dykes, Shreveport; Robert Eagle, 
McLean, Va. 



Row four: George Endicott, Dallas, 
Tex.; Rex Engle, Lincoln, Neb.; 
Dorothy Farnell, Shreveport; Alan 
Ferrer, Elizabeth, N.J. 



Row five: James Finn, River Forbes, 
III.; Richard Fleming, Shreveport; 
Patrick Ford, Shreveport; Gayle 
French, Jena. 



Row six: Margaret Furrh, Lubbock, 
Tex.; Craig Gardner, Ft. Lauder- 
dale, Fla.; Mary Gateley, Shreve- 
port; Robert Gettings, Kensington, 
Md. 



Row seven: Hugh Gilmore, Ft. 
Worth, Tex.; Susan Glanville, 
Shreveport; Rochelle Goldsholl, 
Shreveport; Kathryn Gray, Stone- 
wall. 



Row eight: Michael Hall, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; Lillie Hand, Bossier 
City; Coralee Hanson, Chalmette; 
Sydney Hardy, Shreveport. 



JUNIORS 




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libtkih 




Row one: James Harkrider, Shreve- 
port; Steven Heard, Winnfield; 
Gerald Hedqcoclc, Shreveport; 
Miles Hitchcock, Shreveport; Mal- 
colm Hoffmeister, Cos Cob, Conn. 



Row two: Lynn Home, Shreveport; 
Donald Houston, Oak Park, III.; 
Pam Hudson, Fontana, Calif.;' Drew 
Hunter, Shreveport; Anne Jackson, 
Sag Harbor, N.Y. 



Row three: Carol Johnson, Delhi; 
Yvonne Jones, Shreveport; Mary 
Jordan, Stoughton, Md.; Sam 
Kennedy, Shreveport; George King, 

Bossier City. 



Row four: Robert King, Shreveport; 
Julie Kizer, Texarkana, Tex.; Cathy 
Knighton, Shreveport; Walter Kras- 
zewski, New York, N. Y.; Susan 
Kunnemann, Dallas, Tex. 




Row five: Charles Lace, Shreveport; 
Dudley Lang, Many; Cheryl Leeds, 
Dallas, Tex. 



Row six: Jimmie Long, Shreveport; 
Larry Long, Shreveport; Don Louis, 
Dallas, Tex. 



Row seven: Robert McClung, 
Shreveport; Terence McDonald, 
Southampton, N. Y.; Frank McNab, 
Arabi. 



Row eight: Beverly Mackes, Allen- 
town, Penn.; Stacy Marshall, Shreve- 
port; Judith Marston, Baytown 
Tex. 



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Row one: Julia Mayfield, Pine Bluff, 
Ark.; Harold Meekins, Bossier City; 
Lisa Meletio, Dallas, Tex.; Fred 
Miller, Oklahoma Ci+y, Okla.; Roger 
Miller, Jennings. 



Row two: Ann Morgan, Shreveport; 
Theresa Morgan, Eldorado, Ark.; 
George Norman, Sayville, N. Y.; 
Don Oliver, Dallas, Tex.; Dennis 
OMalley, Little Rock, Ark. 



Row three: Sara Paullus, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; Herbert Pearce, Shreveport; 
Maureen Pierce, Hot Springs, Ark.; 
Stephen Pitters, New York City, 
N. Y.; John Popejoy, Shreveport. 



Row four: Joseph Porter, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Joseph Preston, Shreve- 
port; Henrietta Price, Ethel; Jerilyn 
Rasch, Shreveport; Robert Ray, 
Tyler, Tex. 



Row five: Thomas Reinowski, Shreve- 
port; Priscilla Rice, Shreveport; 
David Roberts, Gulfport, Miss.; 
Elizabeth Roe, Glendale, Calif.; 
Ruth Roper, Shreveport. 



Row six: James Roth, New Orleans; 
Linda Roy, Shreveport; Marianne 
Salisbury, Monroe; Sally Savage, 
Dallas, Tex.; Michael Scarlato, 
Shreveport. 







Row seven: Helmuth Scholl, Pel- 
ham, N.Y.; Ronnie Scruggs, Tallu- 
lah; Marilyn Shell, Winnefield; 
Cragin Shelton, Elgin AFB, Fla.; 
Miriam Shively, Shreveport. 



Row eight: Paul Shultz, Shreveport; 
Charles Simmons, Franklinton; Anita 
Smith, Bossier City; William Smith, 
Baton Rouge; Sylvia Anyder, Zach- 
ary. 




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Shreveport; 
Shreveport; 
Shreveport ; 
sier City. 



Rosemary Spalding, 

Raymond Tangney, 

Raymond Teasley, 

William Tillman, Bos- 



Row two: Mark Tomlinson, Palm 
Springs, Calif.; Cinda Toner, Ft. 
Worth, Tex.; Johnny Tooke, Shreve- 
port; Farid Tranjan, Shreveport. 



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port; Dan Vega, Shreveport; David 
WaddeH, Shreveport. 



Row four: Barbara Walker, Chides- 
ter, Ark.; John Weber, Bridgeport, 
Conn.; Janis Wheatley, North 
Highland, Calif. 



Row five: Ann Whittington, Ben- 
ton; Ann Wilhelm, Little Rock, 
Ark.; Lois Williams, Shreveport. 



Row six: Kenneth Williamson, 
Lake Charles; Lester Wilson, 
Shreveport; Mary Wilson, Des 
Plaines, III. 



Row seven: John Winters, Shreve- 
port; Alan Wolf, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Frank Word, Leesville. 





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SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 




186 



Row one: Jeffrey Alexander, 
New Orleans; Nadine Ament, 
New Orleans; Lee Andress, 
Wilmette, III.; George Asaf, 
Houston, Tex.; Katherine Bash, 
Tulsa, Okla.; Jerry Benefiel, 
Shreveport. 

Row -two: Mary Bensey, Bossier 
City; Suzie Blanton, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; Paul Boatright, 
New Iberia; Judy Bona, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Becky Bost, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Sean Brennan, 
Staten Island, N. Y. 



Row three: Deborah Brigance, 
Dallas, Tex.; Brian Brigulio, 
Bethesda, Md.; Stuart Briscoe, 
St. Louis, Mo.; Wayne Brom- 
field Charlottesville, Va.; 

Kerry Bruce, Monroe; Locky 
Bryan, Houston, Tex. 



Row four: Ronnie Buck, Bossier 
City; Minnie Lou Bulla rd, Bos- 
sier City; Roxana Burris, 
Arlington, Va.; Chris Carey, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; David 
Carleton, LeCompte; Chuck 
Carroll, Little Rock, Ark. 




187 



Row one: George Champois, 
Shreveport; Jeff Cheek, New 
Iberia; Jose Cisernos, Washington, 
D. C; Doug Coppeler, Port Clin- 
ton, Ohio; Mimi Curbelo, Shreve- 
port. 



Row two: Kenneth Curry, Baton 
Rouge; Tommy Daigle, Shreveport; 
Harvey Delery, Shreveport; John 
Dippel, New Orleans; Ellen Dunlop, 
Shreveport. 




Row three: Donna Dyer, Bossier 
City; Annabelle Eason, South 
America; Brad Emmert, Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 

Row four: Sue Eveleth, Richardson, 
Tex.; Paul Faahs, Bossier City; 
Timothy Farrell, Cherry Hill, N. J. 
Row five: Rusty Felton, Cherry 
N. J.; Sydna Fertitta, Lees- 
Andrew Finnell, Shreveport. 
six: Gordon Finney, Peters- 
Va.; Jim Flynn, Pine Bluff, 
Ark.; Barry Fulton, Laurel, Miss. 
Row seven: Mark Galyean, Ope- 
lousas; Lyne Gamble, Greenville, 
Miss.; Ellen Gammil, Shreveport. 
Row eight: Byron Garner, Shreve- 
port; Mary Ann Garrett, Shreve- 
port; Artie Geary, New Orleans. 



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Row one: Phyllis Gholson, Baton 
Rouge; Shirley Giles, Keithville; Ed- 
win Glassell, Shreveport; Barbara 
Graves, Houston, Tex.; Bonnie 
Green, Franklinton. 



Row two: James Green, Ft. Worth, 
Tex.; Camille Greve, Shreveport; 
Doug Gutenkunst, Mequon, Wis.; 
Bill Hageman, Bernice; Gerry 
Hagin, Shreveport. 



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Row three: Deborah Haley, Eng- 
land, Ark. Edna Hanvey, Dallas, 
Tex.; Samuel Hargrove, Shreveport; 
Charles Hatcher, Shreveport; Anne 
Hayes, Welsh. 



Row four: Judy Howe, Little Rock, 
Ark.; Melissa Howard, Alexandria; 
Rebecca Holmes, Little Rock, Ark.; 
Susan Holloway, Spring Hill; Ann 
Hollandsworth, Wills Point, Tex. 




Row five: Peggy Ho 
Tex.; Lawrence Hill, 
Gary Hill, Metairie; 
burn, West Monroe; 
ring, Shreveport. 



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Bossier City; 

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Row six: Pat Herndon, Dallas, Tex.; 
Paul Heffington, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Meridith Haynes, Shreveport; Eliza- 
beth llgenfritz, Metairie; Patricia 
Jack, Shreveport. 



Row seven: Betty Jacks, Shreveport; 
Ginger Johnson, Delhi; Mark John- 
son, Little Rock, Ark.; Jon Jones, 
Dallas, Tex.; Chinta Kelly, Shreve- 
port. 



189 



Row one: Russell Kimble, Shreve- 
port; Cordell Klein, Texarkana, 
Tex.; John Klopp, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa; Evelyn Lamb, Dallas, Tex. 



Row two: Stephen Law, Conroe, 
Tex.; Robert Layton, Kansas City, 
Mo.; Steve Lazarus, Shreveport; 
Nancy Lenz, Memphis, Tenn. 



Row three: John Lewis, Crowley; 
Sherry Lewis, Little Rock, Ark.; 
Claudell Lofton, Minden; Meta 
Lynch, Bossier City. 



Row four: Mary Susan McCammon, 
Franklin; Henry McCarthy, Me- 
tairie; Theresa McCommell, Spring- 
hill; Donnie McCorkle, Little Rock, 
Ark. 





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190 




Row one: Billy McGary, Shreveport; 
Charlotte McKinnon, Benton; Mark 
McMurry, Sulphur; John McWil- 
liams, Shreveport; Jeanne Ma- 
gruder, Little Rock, Ark. 



Row two; Judy Maxwell, Sarepta; 
John Meldrum, Cherry Hill, N. J.; 
Ed Merritt, Clarksdale, Mass.; Linda 
Miller, New Orleans; Nancy Miller, 
Little Rock, Ark. 




SOPHOMORES 




Row three: Bruce Morgan, Dallas; 
Glen Morse, Dallas, Tex.; Gary 
Murphree, Lancaster, Tex.; Carol 
Murphy, Seabrook, Tex.; Sue Nel- 
son, Shreveport. 



Row four: Brad Newbold, Baton 
Rouge; Barbara Overson, New 
Orleans; Kenneth Parker, Casper, 
Wyoming; Kathy Parrish, Monroe; 
Mary Pate, West Monroe. 



191 



Row one: John Pawlowski, 
Port Vue, Pa.; Peter Pfautsch, 
Dallas, Tex.; Maury Pepin, 
Bossier City; Jon Peterson, 
Shreveport; Jeff Pharr, Little 
Rock, Ark.; John Pou, Shreve- 
port. 



Row two: Charles Price, 
Shreveport; Jeanne Pruden, 
Hope, Ark.; Zelma Pylant, 
Natchez, Miss.; Peggy Ram- 
sey, Little Rock, Ark.; Suzanne 
Reedstrom, Houston, Tex.; 
Drue Ridley, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. 




SOPHOMORES 



Row three: Barbara Roberts, 
Shreveport; Holly Roberts, 
Little Rock, Ark.; William 
Rodgers, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Jo 
Nell Roe, Carthage, Tex.; 
Vivian Roelofs, Shreveport; 
Ramon Rosenkrans, Shreveport. 



Row four: Barbara Rowe, Sli- 
dell, La.; Alexis Rutter, Shreve- 
port; Jon Saye, Shreveport; 
Mark Schroeder, Bethesda, 
Md.; John Schulze, Shreve- 
port; Ray Seibold, N. Bell- 
more, N. Y. 




Row five: Beace Shepard, 
Shreveport; Sally Sigler, 

Shreveport; Liddell Smith, 
Haughton, La.; Pat Speck, 
Houston, Tex.; Penny Spessard, 
Idaho Falls, Idaho; Terrie 
Springer, Shreveport. 





Row six: William Stallings, 
Wilson, N. C; Steve Stephens, 
Shreveport; Susan Stone, At- 
lanta, Ga.; Mitch Tapson, 
Little Rock, Ark.; John Taylor, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Sallie 
Taylor, Prairie Village, Kansas. 



Row seven: Diane Thomas, Dal- 
las, Tex.; Carl Tolbert, Mobile, 
Ala.; Minh Tonthat, Dalat, 
South Viet Nam; Mike Trant, 
Shreveport; Kay Trevathan, 
Germantown, Tenn.; Mary Beth 
Tucker, Shreveport. 





192 




Row one: Ray Turnbull, Hot 
Springs, Ark.; Don Unwin, Dallas, 
Tex.; Connie Van Fleet, New 
Orleans; Jeffrey Victor, Los An- 
geles, Calif.; Judee Vlachos, W. 
Bridgewater, Penn. 



Row two: Steve Weiss, New York, 
N. Y.; Ronald Wells, Midlothian, 
Illinois; Tommy Westerfelt, New 
Orleans; Malena White, Beach- 
wood, N. J.; James Wilkins, Bossier 
City. 



Row three: Charles Willard, Bossier 
City; Dean Williams, Orange, Tex.; 
Lois Williams, Jennings; Michael 
Wilson, Paxton, Maine; Camille 
Young, Morgan City. 




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FRESHMAN 
CLASS 





194 




Row one: Jan Adams, Shreveport; 
Keith Aeighton, Shreveport; Jerry 
Alagood, Shreveport; Deborah Al- 
len, Shreveport; Joann Anderson, 
Houston, Tex. 



Row two: Karen Anderson, New 
Orleans, La.; Linda Anderson, 
Houston, Tex.; Martha Andry, New 
Orleans, La.; Ellis Audrey, Pomona 
Beach, Fla.; Patricia Augustin, New 
Orleans, La. 



Row three: Dean Baker, Shreveport; 
Wiley Baldridge, Shreveport; Bar- 
bara Bethell, Fort Smith, Ark.; 
Carol Bickers, Richardson, Tex.; 
Chris Blanchard, Sulphur, La. 




Row -four: Robert Boddie, Shreve- 
port; Beverly Boling, Lake Charles, 
La.; Budd Bowen, Park Ridge, III. 



Row five: Diane Broyles, Leesville, 
La.; Stephen CMiri, Doxbury, Mass.; 
Kathryn Call, Searcy, Ark. 

Row six: Anne Carlton, Macon, 
Ga.; Thomas Carter, Plain Dealing, 
La.; Sheila Christenson, Shreveport. 



Row seven: Richard Clark, Waldo, 
Ark.; Rick Coe, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; Martha Cooke, Shreveport; 
Robert Cooke, Oklahoma City, 
Okla.; Tenal Cooley, Oklahoma 
Okla.; Mike Cothren, Little 
Ark.; Debra Cox, Alexandria, 



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Rock, 
La. 



Row eight: Remica Crank, Tex- 
arkana, Ark.; Kathleen Cuellar, 
Dallas, Tex.; Bennie DePrang, 
Haughton, La.; Jeff Davis, Tyler, 
Tex.; Larry Davis, Shreveport; Mar- 
tin Decker, Oklahoma City, Okla.; 
Sharla Dees, Dallas, Tex. 




195 



Row one: Nancy Denoncourt, Con- 
cord, N. H.; Betsy Disharoon, New 
Orleans. 



Row two: Charlotte Doggett, 
Greenville, Miss.; Ila Drury, Shreve- 
port. 



Row three: 

lothian, III. 
port. 



David Duschean, Mid- 
Melissa Eason, Shreve- 



Row four: Robert Eatman, Shreve- 
port; Richard Edgerton, Honduras, 
Central America; Twinkle Edmond- 
son, Rome, Ga.; James Edmunds, 
New Iberia; Frances Ellis, Little 
Rock, Ark. 





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Ark.; Larrie Fike, Shreveport; Wynn 
Fontenot, Lafayette; Janet Ford, 
Oklahoma City, Okla.; Blanchard 
Foster, Shreveport. 



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196 




Row one: Gary Grant, Pittsburgh, 
Pa.; John Green, New Orleans, 
La.; Gay Greer, Stonewall, La.; 
Steve Guier, Farmervllle, La.; Dan 
Haeuser, New Orleans, La. 



Row two: Barrett Haik, New Or- 
leans, La.; Jimmy Hall, Shreve- 
port; Rob Hallquist, Shreveport; 
David Hanna, Bossier City; Hetta 
Hares, Dallas, Tex. 



Row three: Charlaine Harris, 
Tunica, Miss.; John Hattaway, 
Shreveport; Sherilyn Hayes, Me- 
tairie, La.; Michelle Hearne, Lafay- 
ette, La.; John Hickerson, Bossier 
City. 



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Row four: Jennie Hirsch, Shreve- 
port; Jim Hobbs, Shreveport; 
Michael Hodson, Shreveport; 

Johnny Hollingsworth, Shreveport; 
Beverly Hollis, Bernice, La. 

Row five: Charles Holmes, Dallas, 
Tex.; William Huffman, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; Julia Hutchinson, 
Metairie, La.; John Janvrin, Rood- 
house, III.; Connie Johnson, Delhi, 
La. 




Row six: Robert Johnston, Blanch- 
ard, La.; Terry Jones, Houston, 
Tex.; David Keever, Ennis, Tex.; 
Deborah Kelly, Houston, Tex.; Glen 
Ketchum, Jerseyville, III. 





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Row seven: Susanna Key, Marshall, 
Tex.; Wayne Kleiser, Milltown, 
N. Y.; Janet Kline, Dallas, Tex.; 
Thomas Lane, Baton Rouge, La.; 
Tamana Lasakow, Birmingham, Ala. 



197 



Row one: David Lawrence, Crow- 
ley; Marilynn Leabo, Shreveport; 
Bruce Lee, Hong Kong; Steve 
Leenhouts, Metairie. 



Row two: Melinda Leevy, Dallas, 
Tex.; Frank Leone, Shreveport; 
Steve Levering, Nelsonville, Ohio; 
Marty Linden, Dallas, Tex. 



Row three: Bonnie Little, Shreve- 
port; John Little, Shreveport; Wade 
Lnenilka, Atlanta, Ga.; Janet Lusk, 
Little Rock, Ark. 

Row four: Sharon McCallon, 
Metairie; Carol McConnell, Hous- 
ton, Tex.; Sharon McConnell, Bos- 
sier City; Tim McCormick, Wil- 
loughby, Ohio. 

Row five: Mike McGovern, Shreve- 
port; Frank McKay, Orangelake, 
Fla.; Mikael McLead, Shreveport; 
Madjid Maleki, Teheran, Iran. 

Row six: Michael Marcell, New 
Iberia; Sam Maranto, Shreveport; 
Elaine Menge, New Orleans; Chris 
Middleton, Shreveport. 

Row seven: Sylvia Miles, Lafayette 
Ellen Mitchell, Little Rock, Ark. 
Maury Mitchell, Little Rock, Ark. 
James Moller, Houston, Tex. 



Row eight: Gerardo Montero, San 
Jose, Costa Rica; Miriam Moore, 
Columbia, Miss.; Sidney Mouton, 
El Dorado, Ark.; Linda Munch, 
Metairie. 





198 




Row one: Sindy Munch, Metairie; 
John Murphy, Shreveport; Nancy 
Nader, Shreveport; Linda Neihel, 
Dallas, Tex.; Son Nguyen, Saigon. 



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Row two: Nancy Norris, Shreveport; 
Ann Oates, Jeanerette; Sara Oats, 
New Orleans; Randal Oberlag, 
Shreveport; Elton Odom, Shreve- 
port. 



Row three: Scott Pender, Shreve- 
port; Cliff Pletcher, Bossier City; 
Alice Proud, Bayside, N. Y.; Louis 
Raven, Shreveport; Terry Rearden, 
New Orleans. 



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Row four: George Rebh, Tulsa, 
Okla.; Sharalyn Reed, Pine Bluff, 
Ark.; Janice Richards, North Little 
Rock, Ark.; Felix Rodriguez, Valen- 
cia, Vz.; Pablo Rodriguez, Valen- 
cia, Vz. 



Row five: Linda Rogers, Shreve- 
port; Patricia Rohde, Dallas, Tex.; 
Lionel Rourb, Shreveport; Melvin 
Russell, Shreveport; James Salis- 
bury, Monroe. 




Row six: Katherine Samson, Arling- 
ton Height, III.; Paula Sanders, 
Plain Dealing; Pam Sargent, Annan- 
dale, Va.; Fred Schonwald, Okla- 
homa City, Okla.; Cynthia Scott, 
Benton. 



Row seven: Don Scott, Bossier City; 
Marilyn Scott, Saint Jo, Tex.; Re- 
becca Seale, BAFB; Joyce Sellers, 
Metairie; Diann Shaw, Shreveport. 



199 



Row one: Leigh Sherrouse, New 
Orleans; Leesa Short, Lake Forest, 
III.; Richard Schumacher, Shreve- 
port; Frederick Sinclair, New Or- 
leans. 



Row two: John Skrundz, East Chi- 
cago, Ind.; Martha Slattery, New 
York City, N. Y.; Rebecca Smiser, 
Irving, Tex.; Catherine Smith, Mon- 
roe. 



Row three: Patricia Smith, Bellaire, 
Tex.; Charles Snoddy, Oklahoma 
City, Okla.; Garrett Stearns, 
Shreveport; Walter Steinmetz, 
Shreveport. 




FRESHMEN 




Row four: Kathy Stephenson, 
Shreveport; Wilson Stiles, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Cynthia Stooksberry, 
BAFB; Barbara Strickland, Shreve- 
port. 



Row five: Paul Taparauskas, Pasa- 
dena, Tex.; Michael Taylor, Sicily 
Island; William Teague, Shreveport; 
Patricia Thomas, Shreveport. 




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Row one: Chrisie Thompson, Dallas, 
Tex.; Robert Todd, Montgomery, 
Ala.; Jayce Tohline, Vivian; Robert 
Townsend, Slaughter; Emmett 

Treadaway, Shreveport; Mark Tully, 
Shreveport; Janet Turner, Shreve- 
port. 



Row two: Janis Turner, Shreveport; 
Glenna Utz, Cotton Valley; Brenda 
Vanderpool, Dallas, Tex.; John 
Vihstadt, Shreveport; John Wafer, 
Shreveport; Kerry Walker, West 
Monroe; Yung Wang, Shreveport. 



Row three: Joseph Warren, Okla- 
homa City, Okla.; Charles Watts, 
Franklinton. 



Row 'four: Donna Gail Wenk, 
Shreveport; David Williams, Min- 
den. 



Row five: Kay Williamson, Lake 
Charles; Michele Willingham, 
Shreveport. 



Row six: Ann Willson, Long Beach, 
Calif.; Clyde Wilson, Des Plaines, 

III. 



Row seven: Sally Word, Leesville; 
Rebecca Wroten, Rayville. 



Row eight: Karen Young, Shreve- 
port; Cheryl Zerboni, Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 



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Centenary College 

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"Congratulates the 

Seniors of 1970 

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note of gratitude to those below listed alumni of Centenary College. 

It is so encouraging to know that some of our alumni still take an active interest in Centenary College and 
its undertakings. 



Suda Adams ('68) 
Joseph I. Ferris (x50) 
Heber Long, Jr. (x31) 
Mrs. John Renshaw ('59) 
H.E. Townsend ( ) 
James R. Montgomery ('68) 



Dr. O.F. Agee ('54) 
John Kennard ('52) 
B.H. Moore ('48) 
Thurman Smith ('50) 
Jack M. Webb ('57) 
George Wilson ( ) 



John B. Atkins, Jr. ('47) 
Christopher Launey ('68) 
James Rambin ('48) 
Dr. David Tarver ('27) 
Lynn Wozencraft ('48) 





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Faculty and Administrative Staff 



Aamodt, August E. 160 
Alexander, Miss Ruth 171 
Allen, Dr. John H. 158 159 
Arrington, Lawson 161 
Beck, Dr. T. T. 166 
Berton, Dr. John L. 163 
Bissell, Mrs. Use 166 
Box, Thomas B. 161 
Buseick, Robert R. 171 
Cameron, Miss Joyce 169 
Carlton, Dr. Virginia 168 
Carroll, Dr. Frank M. 169 
Casavant, Mrs. Carol 164 
Causey, B, P. 130 
Clower, Miss Jane 170 
Cooper, Willard C. 162 
Copeland, Jud H. 166 
Curlin, Marie I 66 
Cox, Dr. L. Hughes 169 



Curbelo, Dr. Antonio, 166 
Danvers, Donald M. 168 
Davidson, Dr. Bryant 18, 19 
Dean, Ronald E. 169 
Deufel, Dr. Robert 162 
Dulle, Mark E. 164 
Eubanks, Mrs. Rosemary 160 
Gallagher, Dr. Fergal 165 
Galloway, Dr. Louie 170 
Garner, Dr. Joseph D. 164 
Girlinghouse, Miss Joan 165 
Greene, Charles M. 168 
Guerin, Dr Wilfred 165 
Gwin, Dr. Dorothy 164 
Hallquist, Dr. Robert 164 
Hancock, Dr. Alton 167 
Hanson, Dr. Wayne, 163 
Hickcox, Charles, A, 167 
Hickey, Dr. Thomas S. 163 



Holladay, Robert R 161 
Holloway, C. L. 171 
Hood, Dr. Robert L. 163 
Jones, Miss Julie 165 
Jones, Millard T. 165 
Labor, Dr. Earle 165 
Little, Larry J. 52, 95, 97, 170 
Lowrey, Dr. Charles 163 
Lowrey, Dr. Walter 167 
Loyless, Darrell M, 167 
Marsh, T. N 160 
McFarland, Mrs. Elsie 162 
Metcalf, Mrs. Nancy 161 
Morgan, Dr. Lee 165 
Morgan, Miss Marie 166 
Oliver, Miss Sidney 165 
Overdyke, Dr. W. D 18, 19 
Parker, Edmond M 164 
Pate, Dr. Woodrow 163 



Pearson, Dr. Woodrow 163 
Perkins, Miss Frances 169 
Perry, C. L. 161 
Pledger, Dr. W. F 171 
Pomeroy, Dr. Webb 170 
Rainey, Dr Viva 167 
Rawlinson, Mrs. Shirley 160 
Russell, Mrs. Zama 160 
Schulman, Mrs. Johnnie 170 
Seidler, Dr. Rosemary 163 
Self, Mrs. Fariebee 168 
Shaw, Dr. Nolan 167 
Shultz, James P. 
Sigler, Orvis 170 
Speairs, Mrs. Betty 168 
Simmons, Dr. David 168 
Smith, Ballard L. 163 
Smith, Jimmie N. 52 
161 



Speairs, Mrs. Betty 168 
Springer, Mr. D. C. 161 
Stringfellow, Dr. Emma 164 
Swank, Joe 83, 170 
Taylor, Rev. Robert Ed 170 
Taylor, Dr. Stanton 163 
Teague, William C 169 
Tucker, G. Valton 170 

Vogel, Dr. Leroy 167 
Voran, Dr A C 169 

Wallace, Riley 170 

Warters, Dr Mary 162 

Watts, R. Johnson 166 

Watson, Dr. Ora 171 

Wayne, Maurie 161 

Wilkins, Dr. Orin 162 



Student Index 



Adams, Janelle (1 ) 195 
Adler, Robert F. (4) 154, 173 
Marshall Stacy W. (3) 183 
Alagood, Jerry D. (I) 195 
Alexander, Jeffrey R. (2) 187 
Allen, Deborah Sue (1 ) 195 
Amadon, Roger M. (4) 173 
Ament, Nadine S. (2) 187 
Anderson, Joann (I) 147, 195 
Anderson, Karen L. (1) 143, 195 
Marshall, Stacy W. (3) 183 



Andruss III Lee J. (1) 187 
Andry, Martha (1) 195 
Alagood, Jerry D. (1) 195 
Alexander, Jeffrey R. (2) 187 
Allen, Deborah Sue (1) 195 
Amadon, Robert M. (4) 173 

145, 173 
Armand. Kenneth J. (3) 179 
Bafundo, Kenneth W. (4) 76, 150, 

173 
Bailey. Deborah J. (3) 82, 181 



Baker, Dean W. (1) 195 
Baker, Edwin A (3) 181 
Baldndge, William W. ( 1 ) 195 
Banner, Thomas P. (3) 181 
Bardes, Jr. Andrew H. (3) 181 
Barkett, Michael E. (4) 95, 173 
Barnard, Rhonda J. (4) 110, 122, 

157, 173 
Barret, Thomas H. (4) 173 
Bash, Katherine L. (2) 187 
Basler, Melvin L. (4) 173 



Beard, Steve F. (3) 152, 181 
Bearden, William H. (3) 120, 150 
Bell, Bruce A. (4) 95, I 14, 179 
Benefiel, Jerry G. (1) 187 
Bensey, Mary H. (2) 187 
Bent, R. Guy (4) 99, 149, 173 
Bentley, Jr. Frederick R. (3) 181 
Berkley, Mary J. (4) 173 
Berry, Marvin D. (3) 181 
Bethell, Barbara (I) 145, 195 
Bickers, Carol A. (I) 195 



Bienvenu, Sherron R. (3) 28, 29, 
Bildner, Barbara F. (4) 122. 173 
Bildner, Barbara F. (4 122, 173 
Black, Robert F. (4) 173 
Blanchard. Chris A. (1) 195 
Blankenship, John E. (4) 78, 76. 

173 
Blanton, Carolyn S. (2) 82, 187 
Boatright, Benjamin S. (4) 1 18, 173 
Boatnght, Paul B. (1) (2) 1 18, 187 
Boddie, Robert A. (1) 195 



204 



Boddie, Susan B. (4) 109, I 18, 147, 

173 
Boling, Beverly J. (I) 195 
Bona, Judy A. (2) 187 
Boone, Nancy J. (4) 66, 109, 146, 

113 
Bost. Rebecca (2) 82, 145, 187 
3ostick, Jane G. (4) 81, 146, 173 
Bowen, Budd H. (1) 76, 99, 149, 

195 
Sowers, Frances M. (4) 108, 109, 146, 
Soyd, Paula Maxine (4) 67, 120 

144, 173 

3oyle, John J. (4) 173 
Bovnron, Rogt i E. (4) 76, 108, 
149, 173 

Brady, Jane D, (3) I 18, 147, 181 
Brennan, William J. (2) 155, 187 
Brice, John Baxter (2) 181 
Brigance, Deborah S. (2) 82, 147, 

187 
Briggs, Priscilla P. (4) 173 
Brigulio, Brian M. (1) 76, 125, 149, 

187 
Briscoe, Stuart A. (2) 187 
Brock, Joe C. (3) 83, 181 
Brock Mary F. (2) 143, 181 
3romfield, Wayne R. 

(2) 187 
3rown, James C. (4) (4) 120, 148, 

179 
3rown, Sam J. (3) 181 
Brown, Steve M. (3) 1 18, 122, 181 
3rown, Susan K. (4) 173 
3royles, Linda D. (1) 102, 145, 195 
Jryan, Francis L. (2) 28, 29, I 16, 

149, 187 
Jryant, Jon A. (4) 173 
Sruce, Kerry G. (2) 124, 127, 147, 

187 
iuckalew, Robin A. (3) 109, 143, 

181 
Suck, Ronnie M. (2) 120, 187 
iullard, Glenwood L. (3) 152, 181 
iullard. Minnie Lou (2) 187 
Sundy, Sidney S. (4) 173 
Surge, Walworth E. (4) 120, 150, 

174 
Sums, Roxana D. (2) 120, 187 
Surton, Tommie L. (4) 1 14, 174 
lush, William H. (3) 181 
Sycoffe, Paul R. (4) 155 
lyrd, Pamela E, (3) 82, 145, 181 
Iain, Douglas L, (3) 152, 181 
:alin, Stephen W, (1) 150, 195 
:all, Kathryn J. (I) 195 
Campbell, Walter C. (4) 102, 108, 

154 
laraway, Steven W. (3) 181 
:arey, Diane E. (3) 72, 109, 126, 

145, 181 

:arey, John C. (2) 76, 187 
:arlisle, Steven M, (2) 181 
prison, John S. (3) 149, 181 
Triton, Jr. David M, (2) 76, 82, 

112, 150, 187 
arlton, Phyllis A. (1) 195 
arrington, John M, (4) 150, 174 
arrington, Michael S. (4) 130, 174 
arroll, Charles F. (2) 150, 187 
arson, Kathryn D. (3) 40, 1 18, 181 
arter, Michael A, (4) 41, 1 18, 

120, 150, 174 
arter, Thomas B. (I) 195 
asadonte, Frank T. (4) 174 
asey, James N. (4) 174 
ate, Bonnie G. (4) 124, 174 
hampagne III George J. (2) 150, 

188 
:heek, Cynthia A. (3) 145, 181 
:heek, Jeffrey A. (2) 150, 188 
^hristenson. Sheila (2) 195 
:hristianson, Mary A. (3) 80, 145, 

181 
^imino, Frank J. (4) 174 



Cisneros, Jose A. (2) 155, 188 
Clark, II Richard P. (1) 195 
Coats, Lewis L. (3) 181 
Coe, Ross M. (1) 99, 150, 195 
Cofer, John G. (4) 3, 1 10, 174 
Coleman, Ulysses L. (4) 182 
Colbert, Jr. Harley R. (4) 102, 

150, 174 
Coleman, Ulusses L, (4) 182 
Combs, Janet K. (3) 105, 108, 109, 
173 123, 142, 182 

Cook, Sheryl A. (4) 108, 109, 142, 

174 
Cooke, James D. (3) 76, 99, 150. 

182 
Cooke, Mary A. (4) 1 18, 174 
Cooke, Martha R (!) 118, 121, 

147, 195 
Cooke, Robert N. (1) 75, 151, 195 
Cooley, III Tenal S. (1) 151, 195 
Coppeler, Douglas D. (2) 188 
Corley, Betty L. (3) 182 
Corn, Gary K. (4) 29, 54, 116, 174 
Cothren, Michael W. (1) 122, 155, 

195 
Courtney, James R. (3 1 83, 151, 182 
Couvillon, Sue H. (4) 70, 109, 146, 

174 
Cox, , Dale G. (4) 48, 148, 182 
Cox Debra D. (1) 143, 195 
Crank, Mary R, (1) 121, 145, 195 
Crews, James Powell (3) 1 15 
Crowe, Marcia M. (1) 109, 174 
Cuellar, Kathleen (1) 195 
Culbertson, David Wayn (2) 130 
Cunningham, Linda S. (4) 109, 147, 

174 
Curbelo, Miriam R. (2) 124, 143, 

188 
Curry, Kenneth P. (2) 115, 123, 188 
Daigle, Thomas A. (2) 49, 99, 149, 

188 
Daily, Robert D. (4) 174 
Dalrymple, Gail (3) 28, 29, 61, 1 16, 

121, 147, 182 
Daniel, Kenneth F, (4) 76, 125, 152, 

174 
Davis, III Ernest J, (1) 195 
Davis, Larry G. ( 1 ) 84, 91, 195 
Dawkins, Janet H, (4) 174 
Deakin, Bruce Keeley (1) 
Dean, Allen L, (3) 85, 182 
Dean, James D. (4) 174 
Decker, Martin B. (I) 152, 195 
Dees, Sharla L. (1) 195 
Deinken, Barbara L. (3) 143, 181 
Delery, Harvey B. (2) 188 
Denoncourt, Nancy L. (1) 81, 196 
Denoncourt, Philip J. (4) 154, 174 
Dent, John D. (4) 152, 174 
Deprang, Bennie C. (1) 91, 195 
Derouen, Gladys I (3) 28, 29, 121, 

182 
Devan, James E. (4) 174 
Dippel, John C. (2) 148, 188 
Disharoon, Betsy A, (1) 196 
Doggett, Charlotte M. (1) 145, 

196 
Dohoney, Sally H. (4) 174 
Dolph, Betty L. (3) 182 
Doyle, Ellena A. (3) 147, 182 
Dreyer, Lance V. (4) 76, 174 
Drury, lla M, (1) 196 
Dueease, Robert E. (4) 155, 174 
Duhon, Sharon L. (4) 145, 174 
Dunlop, Ellen P. (2) 1 16, 188 
Durham, David P. (4) 120 
Duron, Frances M. (4) 174 
Duschean, David L. (1) 196 
Dyer, Donna M, (2) 188 
Dykes, Mary F, (3) 1 18, 182 
Eagle, Robert R, (3) 82, 154, 182 
Eason, Annabelle A. (2) 188 
Eason, Melissa A. ( I ) 196 
Eatman, Robert E. (1) 196 



Edgerton, Jr. Richard G. (1) 149, 

196 
Edmondson, Catherine T. ( 1 ) 81, 

196 
Edmunds, James S. Ill (1) 118, 196 
Edwards, Frances A. (4) 174 
Ellis, Frances L. (1) 143, 196 
Emmert, Bradford W. (2) 124, 151, 

188 
Endicott, George R. (3) 182 
Engle, Rex C. (3) 155, 182 
Ervin, Delbert J. (4) 174 
Eveleth, Sue A. (2) 124, 145, 188 
Ewell, Jane A. (1) 196 
Faahs, Werner P. (1) 114, 188 
Farnell, Dorothy E. (3) 182 
Farrell, Timothy P. (2) 151, 188 
Felder, Dorothy M. (4) 174 
Felton, Rusty S. (2) 76, 1 16, 149, 

188 
Ferrer, Alan I (4) 1 16, 182 
Fertitta, Beverly J. (4) 108, 145. 

174 
Fert.tta, Sydna O. (2) 82, 145, 188 
Field, Nancy A. (4) 122, 145, 174 
Fike, Lame A ( 1 ) 49, 196 
Finnell, Andrew H. (1) 188 
Finney, Robert G. (2) 188 
Finn, James T. (3) 149, 182 
Finuf, Penny D. (4) 174 
Fisher, Kenneth M. (4) 123, 175 
Fleming, Richard R. (3) 182 
Flynn, Jr, James H. (2) 188 
Fontenot, John W. (1) 91, 196 
Ford, Janet L. (1) 196 
Forte, Stephen F. (4) 175 
Foster, Jr. Blanchard L. (1) 115, 

196 
Francis, Steven K. (4) 175 
Eraser, David A. (4) 78, 1 16, 125, 

151, 175 
Fraser, Joan B. (4) 67, 109, 146, 

175 
Frawley, Linda L. (1) 143, 196 
Frazier, Douglas R. (4) 29, 76, 175 
Frazier, Ruth K. (4) 175 
French, Amanda G. (3) 145, 182 
French, Nina L. (1) 196 
Friend, Richard R. (4) 105, 108, 

155, 175 
Fulton, Walter B. (2) 78, 124, 151, 

188 
Furrh, Margaret J. (3) 147, 182 
Turner, Kathenne G. (4) 143 
Galyean, Mark T. (2) 152, 188 
Gamble, Jr. Lynn S. (1) 149, 188 
Gammill, Ellen R. (2) 41, 1 18, 145, 

188 
Gammill, Randall L. (1) 115, 196 
Gandy, Mar|orie D. (4) 109, 126, 144, 175 
Gardner, Craig L. (3) 148, 182 
Garison, Robert 150, 175, 188 
Garrett, Linda L. (4) 81, 108, 147, 

175 
Garrett, Mary A. (2) 102, 109, 124, 

127, 147, 175, 188 
Garrison, Vernon W. (4) 188 
Gateley, Mary L. (3) 182 
Gathin, Allyson A. (1) 196 
Geary, Arthur J. (2) 76, 149, 188 
Gerardy, Carl W. (4) 41, 1 18, 175 
Gettings, Robert J. (3) 182 
Gholson, Phyllis K. (2) 127, 143, 

189 
Gilcrease, Alys M. (4) 54, 63, 169, 

147, 175 
Gilbert, Jess C. (1) 196 
Giles, Shirley J. (2) 189 
Gillespie, Linda S. (1) 57, 121, 

145, 196 
Gilmore, Vardaman H. (3) 108, 

182 
Glanville, Susan M. (3) 123, 182 
Glassell, Edwin C. (2) 108, 149, 
189 



Goldsholl, Rochelle F. (3) 182 
Goodbee, Stella L. (1) 116, 196 
Goodin. Martha T. (4) 175 
Gordon, Jr. Thomas M. (1 ) 78, 

149, 196 
Gould, Jay G. (1) 151. 196 
Grant, William G. (1) 76, 149 

197 
Graves, Barbara R. (2) 36, 49, 189 
Gray, Kathryn E. (3) 182 
Green, Bonnie C. (2) 118, 121, 147, 

189 
Green, James P. (2) 114, 189 
Green, II John E. (1) 1 18, 197 
Green, William T. (4) 149, 175 
Greer, Gay 197 
Greve, Eleanor C. (2) 41, 1 18, 147, 

189 
Guier, Samuel K. (4) 1 18, 123, 175 
Guidry, Robert T. (4) 29, 175 
Guilbeau, Constance C. (4) 30, 

175 
Guier, Robert S. (1) 40, 197 
Gutenkonst, Douglas E. (2) 1 16, 

115, 189 
Haeuser, Daniel L. (1) 197 
Hageman, Edward W(2) 152, 189 
Hagen, Wayne, O. (3) 130 
Hagin, Gerry W. (2) 189 
Hoik, Barrett G. (1) 149, 197 
Haley, Deborah S. (2) 189 
Hall, Charles N. (4) 175 
Hall, Jimmy R. (1) 197 
Hall, Michael K. (2) 28, 29, 58, 65, 

82, 102, 1 16, 151, 182 
Hallguist, Jr. Robert N. (1) 40, 

118, 197 
Hamilton, Herbert E. (4) 149, 175 
Hand, Lillie L. (3) 182 
Haynes, Meredith A. (2) 189 
Hanna, David A. (1) 152, 197 
Hanson, Coralee C. (3) 182 
Hanvey, Edna L. (2) 147, 189 
Hardy, Danny R, (4) 175 
Hardy, Sydney B. (3) 182 
Hares, Lanetta J. (1) 81, 197 
Hargrove, Samuel E. (3) 189 
Harkrider, James B. (3) 183 
Harrell, James D. (3) 122, 130, 175 
Harris, Erie G. (4) 1 18, 179 
Harris, Jean C. (1) 143, 197 
Hart, Victoria S. (4) 175 
Hatcher, Charles L. (2) 189 
Hattaway, Jonathan L, (1) 149, 

197 
Hayes, Anne M. (2) 82, 189 
Hayes, Shenlyn J. (1) 197, 143 
Heard, Joseph S. (3) 76, 120, 150, 

183 
Heard, Laura A. (4) 175 
Hearne, Michelle A. (1) 197 
Hedgcock, Gerald W. (3) 183 
Heffington, Paul M. (2) 152, 189 
Herndon, Patricia A. (2) 82, 147, 18 
Herring, Robert F. Ill (2) 189 
Hickerson, John T. (1) 91, 197 
Hilburn, Sandra A. (2) 143, 189 
Hill, Gary D. (2) 123, 130, 189 
Hill, Lawrence C. (2) (2) 152, 189 
Hilsee, Jr. David W, (4) 155 
Hirsch, Jennie C. (1) 197 
Hitchcock, Miles E. (3) 1 14, 183 
Hobbs, Carolyn P. (1) 80 
Hobbs, James B. (1) 115, 197 
Hodson, Michael M. (1) 197 
Hoffmeister, Malcolm W. (3) 155, 

183 
Hoffpauir, Angie L, (4) 64, 109, 

123, 143, 175 
Holland, Peggy M. (2) 29, 121, 189 
Hollandsworht, Emily A. (2) 147, 

189 
Hollingsworht, Johnny 197 
Hollis, Beverly (1) 60, 61, 73, 143, 
197 



Holloway, Charlotte S. (2) 189 
Holmes, Charles D. (1) 152, 197 
Holmes, Rebecca R. (2) 127, 189 
Hooley, Susan (4) 175 
Home, Robert L. (3) 114, 183 
Houston, Donald F. (3) 183 
Howard, Melissa K. (2) 124, 189 
Howe, Judith K.(2) 189 
Hudson, Nancy L. (4) 21, 32, 1 16, 

145, 176 
Hudson, Pamela R. (3) 183 
Huffman, William K. (I) 197 
Hullmghorst, Gene (4) 64, 109, 

142, 176 
Francis, Paula G. (4) 175 
Humphries, Jerry K. (4) 76, 179 
Hunter, Drew E. (3) 152, 183 
Hutchinson, Julia R. ( 1 ) 147, 197 
Mgenfritz, Elizabeth C. (2) 145, 189 
Jack, Patricia (2) 147, 189 
Jacks, Betty A. (2) 189 
Jackson, Ann (3) 183 
Jackson, Robert C. (3) 76, 151 
Janvrin, John R. (1) 197 
Jinks, Janis L. (4) 176 
Joe, Anna M. (4) 109, 176 
Johnson, Carol J. (3) 125, 143, 183 
Johnson, Connie J. (1) 81, 197 
Johnson, Gayle A. (3) 109, 121, 

142 
Johnson, Mark A. (2) 189 
Johnson, Maryanne D. (4) 176 
Johnson, Ruth D. (4) 176 
Johnson, Virginia A. (2) 147, 189 
Johnston, Kathleen A. (4) 1 10, 157, 

176 
Johnston, Robert B. (1) 149, 197 
Jones, Terry L. (1) 197 
Jones, Yvonne B. (3) 183 
Jordan, Mary A. (3) 183 
Juneau, Michael L. (4) 148, 179 
Kastl, Peter R. (4) 130 
Kastl, Stephen C. (2) 120, 179 
Leblanc, Henry M, (4) 179 
Leblanc, Sherry G. (4) 176 
Leeds, Cheryl F. (3) 183 
Leevy, Melinda E. (2) 198 
Lee, Bruce K. (1) 198 
Lenz, Nancy D. (2) 1 10, 147, 157, 

190 
Leone, Frank D. (1) 198 
Levering, Steven E. (11 151, 198 
Lewis, John F. (2) 83, 1 15, 190 
Lewis, Sherry L. (2) 80, 145, 190 
Lindmer, Martha F. (1) 198 
Lindsay, Spenrer H. (4) 176 
Little, Bonnie F, (1) 1 9o 
Little, John 198 

Lnenicka, Wade, S. ( 1 ) 152, 198 
Lofton, Claudell (2) 83 
Lorant, Dan (4) 176 

190 
Long, Jimmie C. (3) 183 
Long, Larry E. (3) 1 18, 130, 183 
Lorant, Dan. (4) 176 
Louis, Don B. (3) 151, 183 
Love, Terry A. (4) 102, 130, 176 
Lowe, Warren C. (4) 48, 76 
Lusk, Janet E. (1) 198 
Lynch, Meta C. (2) 147, 190 
Lynn, Jimmy R. (4) 176 
Mackes, Beverly E. (3) 80, 183 
Magruder, Jeanne E. (2) 72, 145, 

191 
Maleki, Madjid (1) 198 
Manning, Walter Earl (3) 76, 151, 

176 
Mansell, William L. (3) 89, 96 
Maranto, Sam P. (1) 198 
Marcell, Michael M. (1) 83, 1 15 

198 
Marsh, Jr. Howard W. (4) 1 15 
Marshall, Jesse (4) 83 
Marston, Judith C. (3) 147, 183 
Martin, Michael B. (3) 99, 120, 151 



205 



Martin, Ronald W. (4) 176 
Mask, Susan M. (4) 80, 176 
Masse, Diane R. (4) 82, 176 
Keating, James W. (4) 179 
Keever, David E. (1) 151, 197 
Kelly, Chinta M. (1) 189 
Kelly, Deborah L. (1) 197 
Kelly, Judith A. (3) 49, 102, 108, 

146 
Kennedy, Samuel W. (3) 183 
Ketchum, Glen S. (1) 76, 149, 197 
Key, Susanna (1) 147, 197 
Kimble, Russell S. (2) 190 
King, George J. (3) 183 
King, Robert A. (3) 183 
Kizer, Julia K. (3) 147, 183 
Kizer, William C. (4) 151, 176 
Klein, Cordell L. (1) 155, 190 
Kleiser, Wayne J. (3) 197 
Kline, Janet D. (1) 197 
Klopp, John S. (1) 1 16, 149, 190 
Knigaton, Cathy L. (3) 108, 1 10, 

144, 183 
Koelemay, John D. (4) 40, 1 18, 176 
Kostyack, Kenneth M. (4) 176 
Kraszewski, Walter A. (3) 120, 125, 

152, 183 
Kunnemann, Gayle S. (3) 108, 1 10. 

126, 145. 183 
Lace, Charles R. (3) 183 
Lamb, Evelyn L. (2) 190 
Lane, Thomas A. (1) 149, 197 
Lang, Dudley D. (2) 151. 183 
Langton, Robert H. (4) 120, 176 
Lasakow, Tamara S. (1) 197 
Law, Stephen R. (2) 152, 190 
Lawrence, David W. (1) 118, 198 
Layton, Robert B. (2) 190 
Lazarus, Stephen M. (2) 82, 151, 

190 
Lea bo, Marilynn G. (1) 198 
Maxwell, Judy L. (2) 80, 125, 191 
Mayer, Steven B. (4) 1 12, 151, 176 
- Mayfield, Julia A. (3) 147, 184 
McCa I Ion, Sharon M. (1) 145, 198 
McCammon, Mary S. (2) 80, 145, 

190 
McCarthy, Henry C. (2) 84, 190 
McClung, Robert E. (3) 1 10, 157, 
'183 

McClure, Michael L. (4) 153, 177 
McConnell, Alice A. (4) 143, 177 
McConnell, Carol L. (1) 198 
McConnell, Mary T. (2) 80, 190 
McConnell, Sharon S. (1) 198 
McCorkle, Donnie A. (2) 1 16, 190 
McCormick, Timothy T. (1) 198 
McDonald, Terence M. (2) 1 16, 183 
McGary, William C. (2) 191 
McGovern, Mike Y. (1) 84, 91, 198 
Mc Intyre, Carolyn A. (4) 177 
McKay, Franklin D. (1) 153, 198 
McKinnon, Charlotte L. (2) 191 
McKinley, Margaret E. (4) 126, 177 
McLanahan, Ted Y. (4) 177 
McLeod, Mikael L. (1) 151, 198 
McMurry, Stephen M. (2) 105, 125 

151," 191 
McNab, Otto F. (3) 115, 183 
McWilliams, John W. (2) 151, 191 
Means, William T. (4) 1 15 
Meece, Richard EX (4) 115 
Meekins, Jr. Harold T. (3) 153, 184 
Meldrum, Jr. John H. (2) 151, 191 
Meletio, Lisa (3) 184 
Menge, Elaine S. (I) 198 
Merritt, William E. (2) 191 
Meston, John (3) 114 
Meyers, Richard M. (4) 148, 176 
Middjeton, Robert C. (1) 118. 198 
Miles, Sylvia L. (1) 198 
Miller, Barbara A. (4) 122, 176 
Miller/Fred (3). 66/ 71, '102, '104, 

15l", 184 
Miller, Linda M. (2) 191 
Miller, Nancy A. 124, 191 
Miller, Roger C. (3) 76, 148 



Mittelstaedt, Carol A. (4) 29, 40, 

41, 116. 118, 121, 176 
Mitchell, Ellen L . _" (1) 198 
Mitchell, Henry M. ( 1 ) 149, 198 
Moller, James W. (1) 198 
Monsted, Jr. Robert M. (4) 78. 99, 

149, 177 
Montero, Gerardo E. (1) 153, 198 
Moore, Miriam A. (I) 145, 198 
Morcom, Judy W. (4) 65, 81, 109, 

127, 146, 177 
Morgan, Ann V. (3) 105, 147, 184 
Morgan, Bruce H. (2) 153, 191 
Morgan, Theresa A. (3) 62, 102, 

109, 144, 184 
Morris, Jr. Robert K. (4) 67, 153, 177 
Morse, Glen A. (2) 154, 191 
Moss, Iro L. (4) 76, 78, 95, 151, 

177 
Mouton, Sidney S. (1) 130, 198 
Munch, Linda S. (1) 147, 198 
Munch, Sindy Lee (1) 147, 199 
Murphree, Gary L. (2) 151, 191 
Murphy, Carol A. (2) 48, 191 
Murphy, John E. (1) 84 
91, 199 

Murphy, Dennis E. (4) 179 
Murray, George S. (4) 177 
Nader, Nancy E. (1) 116, 199 
Neitzel, Linda M. (1) 199 
Nelson, Wanda S. (2) 191 
Nenney, Susan W. (4) 109, 142, 177 
Newbold, Jr. William B. (2) 191 
Nguyen, Son K. (1) 199 
Nichols, Nancy A. (4) I 16, 177 
Norman, George S. (3) 120, 153, 

184 
Norris, Nancy J. (1) 145, 199 
Nowinson, Peter E. (4) 1 15, 177 
Oates, Ann E. (1) 199 
Oats, Sara K. (1) 199 
Oberlag, Randal K. (1) 130, 199 
Odom, Herman E. (1) 84, 199 
Oliver ill MacD. (3) 76. 108. 149, 

184 
Omalley, James D. (3) 153, 184 
Overson, Barbara J. (2) 191 
Pace, Gilbert R. (4) 153, 177 
Padgett, Marilyn (4) 80, 177 
Page, Judith A. (4) 124, 177 
Pagel, Warren K. (4) 177 
Pane, Melanie C. (4) 177 
Pane, Richard J. (4) 177 
Parker, Kenneth M. (2) 153, 191 
Parrish, Katherine L. (2) 41, 147, 

191 
Pate, Mary E. (2) 130, 143, 191 
Patrick, Rita A. (4) 177 
Paullus, Sara S. (3) 80, 145, 184 
Pawlowski, John J. (2) 192 
Pearce, Herbert R. (3) 1 14, 123, 

184 
Pender, Jeffery S. (1) 199 
Pepin.iMaury B. (2) 192 
Pfautsch, Peter A. (2) 192 
Pfeuffer, Marlene J. (4) 177 
Pharr, Jeffrey C. (2) 192 
Phillips, Richard O. (4) 177 
Pierce, Maureen, D. (3) 121, 143, 

184 
Pigott, Peter S. (4) 153 
Pitters, Stephen J. (3) 184 
Poolman, Polly (4) 62, 105, 109, 

145, 177 
Popejoy, John D. (3) ISO, 184 
Porter, Joseph D. (2) 151, 184 
Pou, John W. (2) 99, 151, 192 
Pressly, Penelope P. (4) 177 
Preston, Joseph R. (3) 115, 130, 

184 
Price, Charles'W. (2) 99, 192 
Price, Henrietta (3) 145, 184 
Pringle, Mary C. (4) 177 
Probst, Albert E. (4) 40, 118, 177 
Proud, Alice G. (1) 199 
Pruden, Patricia (2) 109, 192 L 
Pylant, Zelma A. (2) 192 



O'Petersen, Jon (2) 78, 149, 192 
Ramsey, Margaret L. (2) 145, 192 
Randolph, Billy R. (4) 177 
Rasch, Jerilyn (3) 184 
Raven, Louis E. (I) 199 
Ray, El lie P. (4) 109, 144, 177 
Ray, Robert H. (3) 153, 184 
Reph, George L. (1) 91, 199 
Reed, Sharalyn (1) 199 
Reedstrom, Suzanne (2) 145, 192 
Reeves, Michael A. (4) 177 
Remowski, Thomas K. (3) 184 
Rembert, Gregory Lee (2) 
Rice, Priscilla A. (3) 147, 184 
Richards, Janice (1) 147, 199 
Ridley, Linda D. (2) 192 
Riggs, Jr. William A. (4) 130, 153, 

177 
Riley, Jr. James W. (4) 83, 95 
Riordan, Terry L. (1) 80, 111, 145, 

157, 199 
Riter, John R. (4) 151, 177 
Roberts, Barbara J. (2) 145, 192 
Roberts, Jean H. (2) 145, 192 
Roberts, John D. (3) 40, 1 18, 123, 

130, 184 
Rodgers, William H. (2) 121, 192 
Rodriguez, Deborah A. (4) 

150, 177 
Rodriguez, Felix (1) 199 
Rodriguez, Pablo (1) 199 
Roe, Elizabeth H. (3) 80, 184 
Roe, Jo Nelle (2) 147, 192 
Roelofs, Vivian K. (2) 192 
Rogers, Betty A. (4) 177 
Rogers, Linda D. (I) 121, 199 
Rohde, Patricia E. (1) 143, 199 
Roper, Ruth H. (3) ,184 
Rosenkrans, Ramon H. (2) 192 
Roth, James F. (3) 32, 76, 148, 184 
Rourb, Lionel 199 
Rowe, Barbara D. (2) 192 
Roy, Linda R. (3) 184 
Rummel, Barbara G. (3) 
Russell, Melvin (1)91, 199 
Rutter, Alexis V. (2) 192 
Salas, Rudolfo 153 
Salisbury, James A. ( I ) 199 

Salisbury, Marianne (3) 109, 1 18, 
12'l, 1'84* '""' 

Samson, Katherine A. (1) 199 
Sanders, Paula Beth (1) 55, 60, 61, 

118, 121, 19 
Sargent, Pamela A. (1) 81, 199 
Savage, Sally C. (3) 105, 124, 184 
Saye, Jon E. (2) 192 
Saylor, John P. (4) 155, 177 
Scarlato, Michael V. (3) 130, 155, 

184 
Scheel, Jr. John R. (4) 70, 105, 

150, 178 
Schiro, Edward Alan (4) 155 
Scholl, Helmuth (3) 184 
Schonwald, Fred P. (1) 151, 199 
Schorr, Ronald D. (4) 178 
Schroeder, Mark F. (2) 192 
Schuck, Kerry L. (4) 108, 120, 151, 

178 
Schulze, John E. (2) 192 
Schumacker, Richard C. ( 1 ) 200 
Scott, Cynthia D. (1) 127, 199 
Scott, Donald R. (1) 91, 199 
Scott, Marilyn B (1)81 

147, 199 
Scruggs, Ronnie W. (3) 123, 184 
Seale, Rebecca B. (I) 145, 199 
Sebastian, Kathleen A. (4) 178 
Seibold, Raymond J. (2) 153, 192 
Sellers, Joyce E. (1) 121, 147, 199 
Shaw, Dionn L. (1) 199 
Shell, Marilyn F. (3) 184 
Shelton, Douglas C. (3) 153, 184 
Shepard, Beace M. (2) 192 
Sherrouse, Leigh W. (1) 149, 200 
Shively, Miriam . (3) 184 
Short, Leesa R. (1) 200 
Shuey, Jr. Henry M. (4) 110, 111, 



120, 121, 149, 178 
Shuler, Marsha E. (4) 102, 112, 178 
Shultz, Harriet S. (4) 178 
Slultz, Paul A. (3) 184 
Sigler, Sally E. (2) 145, 192 
Simmons, Charles B. (3) 40, 64, 

106, 118, 130, 153 
Simpson, Peggy A. (4) 109, 147, 

178 
Sinclair, Frederick W. (1) 149, 200 
Skarsten, Richard A. (4) 95, 153 
Skrivanos, Sharon C. (4) 178 
Skrundz, John B. (I) 84, 91, 200 
Slattery, Martha A. (1) 200 
Smiser, Rebecca E. (1) 56, 121, 200 
Smith, Anita (3) 184 
Smith, Catherine E. (1) 145, 200 
Smith, Edward M. (4) 179 
Smith, Gloria A. (4) 178 
Smith, James F. (3) 78. 95, 179 
Smith, Liddell (2) 192 
Smith, Patricia J. (1) 200 
Smith, William F. (3) 76, 95, 151, 

184 
Snoddy, Charles W. (1) 151, 200 
Snyder, Sylvia A. (3) 71, 109, 126, 

147, 148, 184 
Spalding, Rosemary R. (3) 185 
Speck, Pat K. (2) 192 
Spessard, Penelope A. (2) 143, 192 
Springer, Teresa L. (2) 147, 192 
Stahls, Charles G. II (2) 29, 1 16 
Stallings II William B. (2) 155, 192 
Stearns, Garrett G. (1) 153, 200 
Stefanou, Stephen C. (3) 149 
Steinmetz, Jr. Walter E. (1) 200 
Stephens, Hugh M. (2) 124, 148, 

192 
Stephenson, Kathy M. (1) 82, 147, 

200 
Stiles, Vernon W. (1) 151, 200 
Stone, Jennifer S. (2) 192 
Stone, Thomas O. (3) 178 
Stooksberry, Cynthia A. (I) 200 
Stremel, Tamek B. (3) 83 
Strickland, Barbara L. (1) 118,200 
Sutton, Stephen C. (4) 150, 178 
Swenson, Jr. Ralph T. (4) 178 
Tadich, David (4) 178 
Taglieri, Kathryn M. (4) 130, 179 
Tangney, Raymond E. (3) I 12, I 15 

185 
Taparauskas, Paul (I) 200 
Tapson, Mitchum W. (2) 1 18, 192 
Taylor, Emily (4) 109, 179 
Taylor, John L. (2) 153, 192 
Taylor, Michael E. (1) 200 
Taylor, SallieM. (1) 29, 116, 192 
Teague, William C. (1) 200 
Teasley, Lewis R. (3) 185 
Tebbe, Michael J. (4) 49, 178 
Thomas, Diane (2) 143, 192 
Thomas, Patricia A. (1) 200 
Thomson, Catherine C. (4) 143.; 

178, 201 
Tiller, Randy G. (4) 3, 110, 178 
Tillman, William L. (3) 185 
Todd, Robert D. (1) 201 
Tohline, Joyce B. (1) 201 
Tolbert, Carl G. (1) 115, 155, 201 
Tomlinson, Mark N. 3) 155, 185 
Tonthat, Minh (2) 192 
Toner, Cinda L. (3) 185 
Tooke, Johnny M. (3) 153, 185 
Tower, David C. (4) 178 
Townsend, Robert R. (1) 201 
Tranjam, Farid M. (3) 185 
Trant, Collie M. (2) 192 
Treadaway, Jr. Emmett C. (1) 201 
Treat, Barbara B. (3) 147, 179 
Trerathan, Kay (2) 110, 147, 157, 

193 
Toutman, David D. (3) 185 
Tucker, Clarence L. (4) 178 
Tucker, Elizabeth S. (2) 57, 82 
Tucker, Mary B. (2) 147, 192 
Tully, Mark S. (1) 130, 201 



Turnbull, Clarence R. (2) 153, 193 
Turner, Janet L. (1) 82, 145, 201 
Turner, Janis C. (1) 1 16, 143, 201 
Unwin, Donald C. (2) 153, 193 
Utz, Glenna A. (1) 201 
Vanderpool, Brenda G. (I) 143, 

201 
Van Fleet Connie J. (2) 127, 193 
Vanderleur, Suzanne (4) 124, 179 
Vaughan, Lelia (4) 80, 109, 125, 

127, 146, 178 
Vaught, Joe R. (4) 179 
Vega, Dan (3)' 49, 185 
Verlander, Patricia A. (4) 54, 1 10, 

118, 121, 157, 178 
Victor, Jeffrey I. (3) 83, 193 
Vihstadt, John E. (1) 201 
, Vachos, Judith A. (2) 82, 193 
Vaddell, David D. (3) 105, 120, 

185 
Wafer, John G. (1) 201 
Walker, Barbara E. (3) 109, 122, 

142, 185 
Walker, Kerry L. (1) 201 
Ward, Larry E. (4) 76, 78, 95, 179 
Worren, Joseph C. (1) 201 
Wassell, William M. (4) 179 
Watts, Charles K. (1) 41, 1 18, 153, 

201 
Watts, Richard W. (4) 28, 62, 68, 

104, 179 
Webb, Carolyn J. (4) 143, 179 
Weber, John R. (3) 153, 185 
Wells, Ronald L. (2) 95, 193 
Weiss, Steven M. (2) 153, 193 
Wenk, Donna Gail M. (1) 143, 201 
West, Martha B. (4) 63, 69, 102, 

109, 144, 179 
Westervelt, Thomas P. (2) 149, 193 
Wheatley, Janis K. (3) 56, 60, 82, 

147, 185 
White, Lise K. (3) 63, 109, 144, 179 
White, Marie E. (2) 193 
White, Patrick J. (4) 179 
Whittington, Ann M. (3) 185 
Wiggins, Penny K. (4) 109, 126, 

147, 179 
Wilhelm, Ann M. (4) 145, 185 
Wilkins, James G. (2) 193 
Willard, Charles W. (1) 118, 193 
Willcox, Mary E. (4) 179 
Williams, Charles D. (4) 65, 104 
Williams, David L. fT) 153, 201 
Williams, Janice O. (4) 179 
Williams, Kay F. (2) 145 
Williams, Lois A. (2) 193 
Williams, Lois S. (3) 185 
Williams, Robert D. (2) 151, 193 
Williams, Verlyn (4) 179 
Williams, Wayne R. (4) 179 
Williamson, Kenneth A. (3) 108, 185 
Williamson, Marilyn K. (1) 147 
Willingham.Michele (1) 201 
Wills, Donald A. (4) 66, 102, 104 
Willson, Marjorie A. (1) 201 
Wilson, Clyde R. (1) 201 
Wilson, John R. (1) 149 
Wilson, Lester L. (3) 185 
Wilson, Mary E. (2) 185 
Wilson, Michael R. (2) 1 14, 193 
Winters, Jann P. (4) 179 
Winters, John A. (3) 116, 185 
_Wissman, Vickie (1) 145 
Wolf, Alan R. (2) 155, 185 
Woods, Martha J. (4) 147, 179 
Word, Frank B. (4) 76, 105, 118, 

185 
Word, Sally S. (1) 82, 147, 201 
Wright, BennieJ. 102, 108, 109, 

126, 130, 143, 179 
Wroten, Rebecca A. (1) 40, 1 18, 

121, 201 
Young, Camille (2) 28, 145, 193 
Young, Karen L. (1) 201 
Wang, Yung S. (1) 201 
Zerboni, Cheryl A. (1) 201 
Zitar, Fred J. (3) 83 



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We, as editors, have tried to share with you the many events that have transpired during the past year 
at Centenary College. We have tried to give some meaning to the past year in some 208 pages. Often- 
times there was no meaning. Whatever happened, we, the students, faculty and administrators at Centenary, 
made it happen. 

The staff has presented what meaning they found in 1970. Hopefully, you will find some meaning in the 
1970 Yoncopin, too. 

Randy Tiller and Greg Cofer 



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Dr. Jack Stauffer Wilkes, 



President of Centenary College of Louisiana, 
June I, 1964 - August 1, 1969 




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Although his years with us at Centenary College were few, they will 
have a continuing impact on the future of the Centenary College commu- 
nity and those who share its educational experience. 



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